Recommendations for national strategic Roma frameworks

Recommendations for national strategic Roma frameworks

Recommendations for the national strategic frameworks under THE NEW EU ROMA STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR EQUALITY, INCLUSION AND PARTICIPATION This publication provides recommendations for national governments that should be prioritised when developing national strategic frameworks in the first months of 2021. These recommendations have been developed by the European Roma Grassroots Organisations (ERGO) Network, based on

Essential elements & thematic targets under the 2020 EU Roma Strategic Framework

Essential elements & thematic targets under the 2020 EU Roma Strategic Framework

Essential Elements & Thematic targets under the 2020 EU Strategic Framework for Roma Equality, Inclusion and Participation and National Roma Integration Strategies ➢ It is essential that the new Framework has concrete common objectives (headline targets) at EU level, which Member States can then translate into national targets (on the model of Europe 2020). ➢ 

Strengthening Roma participation under the 2020 EU Roma Strategic Framework

Strengthening Roma participation under the 2020 EU Roma Strategic Framework

Strengthening Roma participation under the 2020 EU Strategic Framework for Roma Equality, Inclusion and participation and NRIS Article 11 of the Treaty of the European Union (TEU) specifies that EU institutions “shall, by appropriate means, give citizens and representative associations the opportunity to make known and publicly exchange their views in all areas of Union

EC Assessment of the Implementation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies

EC Assessment of the Implementation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies

European Commission’s Assessment of the Implementation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies: Member States need to step-up their efforts The report is based on information submitted by Member States of the efforts made to integrate Roma, supplemented by input from civil society. ERGO Network concludes that the report clearly indicates a lack