Roma Rights 2-3/2001: Government programmes on Roma


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Roma Rights 2-3/2001: Government programmes on Roma


Roma Rights numbers 2 and 3, 2001, addresses the theme of "government
programmes on Roma". The articles in this issue offer a critical
analysis of the existing official programmes and policy-making
processes related to Roma in a number of countries in Europe. The
contents of Roma rights 2 and 3/2001, including links to files on the
ERRC website, follow:
 
Editorial
Rights and policies
Dimitrina Petrova
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/editori.shtml
 
Snapshots from around Europe
Bosnia and Herzegovina * Bulgaria * Croatia * Cyprus * Czech Republic
* France * Hungary * Italy * Kosovo * Moldova * Romania * Russia *
Slovakia * United Kingdom * Yugoslavia
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/editori.shtml
 
Field report
Insufficient: governmental programmes for Roma in Slovenia
Tatjana Perić
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/field_report.shtml
 
Notebook
The Bulgarian Framework Programme for Equal Integration of Roma:
participation in the policy-making process
Rumyan Russinov
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/noteb1.shtml
 
Spanish policy and Roma
Fernando Villarreal
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/noteb2.shtml
 
Creative accounting: state spending on programmes for Roma in Hungary
Ernő Kadét
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/noteb3.shtml
 
Crusts from the table: policy formation towards Roma in the Czech
Republic and Slovakia
Eva Sobotka
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/noteb4.shtml
 
Not enough action: government policy on Roma in Greece
Theodoros Alexandridis
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/noteb5.shtml
 
Advocacy
Greece criticised by the UN for its treatment of Roma
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/advo1.shtml
 
UN Human Rights Committee "deeply concerned" about the Czech
government's treatment of Roma
Veronika Leila Szente Goldston
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/advo2.shtml
 
ERRC press statement: Roma in the Macedonia conflict
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/advo3.shtml
 
Legal defence
An emerging consensus on the special needs of minorities: the lessons
of Chapman v. UK
Luke Clements
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/legal_defence.shtml
 
Romani language publications
Konvencia pala e manušikane čačimata, bazične slobode thaj lengo
arakhipen/protekcia - Romani language version of the substantive
provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental
Freedoms
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/romani.shtml
 
Meet the ERRC
A salute to Romani colleagues and friends
Deborah Harding
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/meet.shtml
 
Grant guidelines
Informacia andai stipendia (Grant guidelines in Romani)
http://errc.org/grants/index.shtml
 
Grants awarded
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/grants_awarded.shtml
 
Chronicle
http://www.errc.org/rr_nr2-3_2001/chronicle.shtml
 

Roma Rights is published quarterly in Budapest, Hungary, by the
European Roma Rights Center.
 
Editor-in-chief: Dimitrina Petrova
Editor: Claude Cahn
Snapshots co-ordinator: Morag Goodwin
Layout and graphic design: István Fenyvesi
 
© August 2001 European Roma Rights Center ISSN 1417-1503. The opinions
expressed in authored pieces are not necessarily those of the European
Roma Rights Center. The contents of this newsletter are free from all
copyright restrictions on condition that the source is mentioned and
reproduction is not for commercial purposes. The ERRC requests that
three copies of the reproduced text be sent to the editor.
 
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