Dosta! Enough! Go beyond prejudice, meet the Roma!

Roma rights are violated every day in Europe. Roma workers are refused jobs, their children are refused places in schools. Roma communities are often considered as marginal and traditional, giving to the word "tradition" a negative sense, and meaning they are more likely to suffer social exclusion.

Apart from the fact that nobody should be ashamed of his/her ethnic origin, Roma can be considered as the first European people, since they "broke" European borders much before any international treaty or Convention existed. They travelled all around Europe enriching their culture with the culture of the visited countries, as well as enriching European cultural heritage with their own contribution.

CoE projects and entities focusing on Roma-related issues

 Council of Europe SRSG Roma Portal
 Council of Europe Roma-related adopted texts (CM, PACE, and Congress Rec and Res; ECRI General Policy Rec,; Strasbourg Declaration; Summit of Mayors Declaration, etc.):
 Strasbourg Declaration on Roma webpage ?
 Congress Summit of Mayors on Roma webpage
 European Alliance of Cities and Regions for Roma Inclusion
 Ad hoc Committee of Experts on Roma Issues (CAHROM) and its thematic reports
 European online database of Roma-related good practices
 Dosta! campaign for combating stereotypes and prejudice towards Roma
 No hate speech movement and campaign
 Speak out against discrimination campaign
 Joint CoE/EU Training Programme for Roma Mediators (ROMED)
 Joint CoE/EU programme for strengthening local and regional authorities’s capacity for Roma inclusion (ROMACT)
 European Social Charter and Roma Rights
 Commissioner for Human Rights
 European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI)
 Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM)
 European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (ECRML)
 Language Policy Division Initiatives for the Teaching and Learning of Romani
 Education of Roma children ?
 Roma history factsheets
 Teaching Roma genocide joint CoE/OSCE-ODIHR website
 Roma Youth Action Plan
 Roma women
 European Route of Roma culture and heritage ?

Ms Ardant, Dosta! ambassador

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