Extremely saddened by multiple extremist attacks on Christian celebrations and public places in the beautiful island of Sri Lanka. We commend the Lankan people for exercising strain. A country battered by long years of bloodshed deserves peace. #SriLanka @MaithripalaS

@ECHRPress makes first-ever finding of “institutional racism” in Europe! We sent a third-party intervention telling them about institutional antigypsyism in the police force✊🏾 #Romania #shngale

Amazing news:

#Romania: Roma family awarded €49,000 after police ethnic profiling human rights breaches. It found that the authorities perceive the Roma community in general as criminal.

#EndRacismEU @ERGO_Network @isabelmihalache @RomaReact @romaeducation @APPGGTR @romeanews

Mob violence against Roma in #Bulgaria, #Italy & #France has not occurred in a vacuum, it is politically orchestrated. #Antigypsyism is an obscenity, a stain on the #EU. A simple message to mainstream political parties: To remain silent is to be complicit!

The Employment & Social Innovation (EaSI) programme is an essential tool assisting the Commission to reinforce the EU’s social dimension as affirmed by the European Pillar of #SocialRights.

💡Check out these 2⃣3⃣ projects financed by EaSI ➡️

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Upcoming Activities

  • 11-12 February 2019: Annual Work Programme Coordination Meeting (Brussels)
  • 25-26 February 2019: ESF+ Conference (Bucharest)
  • 4-5 March 2019: High Level Conference on EU Framework on National Strategies for Roma Inclusion organized under the Romanian Presidency
  • 16-20 March 2019: Roma Youth Advocacy Training (Brussels)
  • 19-21 March 2019: EU Roma Week in the European Parliament


Upcoming Activities

March 20th: Roma Included: Panel Debate on SDGs and Combating Antigypyism

Roma Included: Can the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals contribute to combating antigypsyism?


Panel debate in the EU Roma Week 2019.  Wednesday, 20 March 2019, 11.00-13.30
European Parliament, Room ASP 3G2

Can the Sustainable Development Goals contribute to combating antigypsyism? Discussion paper

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