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Slovakia: Roma Children Still Lose Out: Segregation persists in Slovak schools despite new law - Campaign Digest
Document EUR 72/004/2009
Every child has the right to education without discrimination. In Slovakia, huge numbers of Romani children are denied this right.
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Document EUR 72/002/2009
Denied their rights to housing, employment, healthcare and education, Roma are often victims of forced evictions, racist attacks and police ill-treatment.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. PUBLIC STATEMENT. AI Index: EUR 72/001/2009. 8 April 2009. Slovakia: Police to investigate ill-treatment of Romani youngsters. ...
Document EUR 72/001/2009
Suggested recommendations to states included in the fifth round of Universal Periodic Review 1. May2009. Recommendations to the government ofAfghanistan. ...
Document IOR 41/012/2009
An innovative two-day meeting in London – organised by Amnesty International – has brought together Roma and human rights activists from across Europe.
10 November 2008 Public. amnesty international. Slovakia. Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review. Fifth session of the UPR Working ...
Report EUR 72/009/2008