“C. whereas, as regards the question of ethnic minorities, insufficient attention continues to be paid to the situation of the Roma, who suffer severe discrimination in education, on the employment market, within public services and in civil society; whereas education for Roma children is segregated, the level of education is very low and unemployment among […]

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