Governments across Central and Eastern Europe should bring an end to the segregation of Romany children in schools and help them to get a quality education by Mike Aaronson LONDON–While the West focuses its attention on events in Afghanistan, a group of Europeans is being quietly denied a future across the continent. Millions of Roma […]

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