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Rome’s authorities have been running a discriminatory, two-track assisted housing system denying thousands of Roma decent housing.
The French authorities’ evictions of Roma communities across the country continue to flout international law, say human rights bodies.
Romani rights activists have commemorated the Roma Holocaust and protested at Europe’s continued mistreatment of them.
The Czech authorities have been told to protect Roma communities from violence and intimidation, ahead of planned racist demonstrations.
Speakers from the English Gypsy and Irish Traveller Movement have addressed a National Union of Journalists' conference meeting about Leveson.
The elementary school in the Slovak village of Sarisske Michalny in the Presov region must desegregate Roma classes, a court decision has ordered.
As discrimination against travellers and gypsies deepens disturbingly across Europe, a leading human rights NGO has spoken out on behalf of Roma in Italy.
Some 86 Irish Traveller families at Dale Farm in Essex still face forced eviction following legal notice from Basildon Council, after a ten year dispute.
Amnesty International is calling on the UK authorities to stop the planned eviction of up to 86 Irish Traveller families in Essex.
Amnesty International has expressed concern over the atitude of the French authorities towards Roma and travellers.
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