Rights, responsibilites and redress? Research on policy and practice for Roma inclusion in ten Member States: Final report

Philip Brown, Peter Dwyer, Philip Martin, Lisa Scullion, Hilary Turley

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Abstract

The Universities of Salford and York had a research role within the Roma MATRIX project. The overall objective of the research element has been to investigate how the national strategies for Roma integration are being operationalised and delivered within the partner countries in respect of combating antiGypsyism. Within this there are the following four specific objectives:

1. To map and explore existing policies and practice for combating anti-Gypsyism and promoting social inclusion in relation to the four core themes outlined above;
2. To consider the effectiveness of existing policies and procedures in combating antiGypsyism;
3. To investigate how existing policy and procedural frameworks are operationalised in practice on the ground; and
4. To explore how policies are experienced by organisations supporting and/or representing the interests of Roma.

This report is intended to assist the European Commission, civil society organisations, academics and a variety of key organisations and engaged individuals in furthering understanding of how policy impacts on the lives of Roma in countries across Europe.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Salford
Number of pages54
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2015
Externally publishedYes

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