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Mirrors – Manual on combating antigysyism through human rights education

The first human rights education manual for young people on combating antigypsyism – racism and discrimination against Roma – was launched on 21 April.

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Call for participation: 5th Dosta!-Congress Prize for municipalities

The 2015 edition of the Dosta!-Congress Prize is now launched and the call for application has started! Every municipality and city from the Council of Europe’s 47 member states is eligible to submit an application form.

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Czech Republic makes progress, but more action needed to fight discrimination against Roma children’s education

The Special Representative of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe for Roma issues appreciates the message issued today by the Committee of Ministers to the government of the Czech Republic to fully execute the final judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in D.H. and Others vs The Czech Republic, so that the unjustified enrolment of Roma children in “special” (so-called now ‘practical”) schools and programmes intended for pupils with learning disabilities ends.

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MEP indulges in anti-Roma rhetoric during Italian TV show

The Support Team of the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe for Roma issues rejects without reservation comments made earlier this month by Lega Nord MEP Gianluca Buonanno, during the Italian TV show Piazza pulita broadcasted on La7.He indulged in hate speech against Roma and their representative during the program, Dijana Pavlovic, President of the Roma and Sinti Federation and National Project Officer for ROMED/ROMACT, Joint Projects of the European Commission and the Council of Europe.

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Barabaripen - Young Roma speak about multiple discrimination

"Although we are two barely educated Roma women living in quite bad conditions, we dared to ask to be recognised as a same-sex family and, when resettled, to be granted one social housing unit where we will be living together."(Maria, 28, Serbia) You can read the life story of Maria and other young LGBT Roma in "Barabaripen. Young Roma speak about multiple discrimination". Many young Roma are affected by multiple discrimination because of their ethnicity and other grounds such as social status, sexual orientation or gender identity, gender or migrant status.

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