Resources

  • Institutional policy documents
  • Policy and Research
  • Toolkits and campaign materials

General integration policies

Roma integration in the aid system

ERGO Network’s member Autonomia Foundation published a policy opinion and recommendations based on their project “Closer to Communities – Roma Coordinators for better use of EU Funds”. It outlines how funds could be better used to support the social inclusion of Roma in Hungary.

EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies: Member States need to step-up their efforts

ERGO Network comments on the 2016 European Commission’s assessment of the implementation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies. The report clearly indicates a lack of action in crucial areas in all EU member states.

Programme evaluation with your target group

In 2016, ERGO Network and its members conducted research on the evaluation with beneficiaries of ESI funded projects on Roma employment. Programmes could be improved by evaluating with the target group, but this is almost never the case.

Political and regulatory framework for applying integration policies

Assessment on the implementation of the NRIS in Bulgaria by the National Council for Cooperation on Ethnic and Integration Issues, as well as recommendations given by the Intellect Coalition of Roma NGOs on reforms of the NCCEI.

Last chance for Roma?

The Roma Advocacy and Research Centre Slovakia provides an analytical overview of integration policies towards Roma in Slovakia, steps ahead and persisting challenges.

National Roma Platforms - key ingredients

ERGO Network provides concrete input to the European Commission on how national Roma Platforms can be a success.

Recommendations for an EU Roma agenda - 2015 - 2020

This 2015 note presents ERGO’s recommendations for an improved EU Roma inclusion agenda until 2020, along with a number of concrete proposals.

Integrated Approaches for Roma Integration

This 2014 paper takes a closer look at some experiences with integrated approaches for Roma. Still at the beginning of the new EU programming period, the paper develops a number of concrete recommendations for the successful development and application of integrated approaches.