10 Goals for Improving Access to Education for Roma
The estimated 10 million Roma across Europe make up the continent’s largest minority and one of its most vulnerable groups. Roma make up an increasingly large proportion of school-age children in Europe, and education is the key to securing their social inclusion. The Open Society Foundation’s monitoring of access to quality education for Roma in eight countries pinpoints 10 fundamental goals in education that can help secure a bright future for all children in Europe.
The brochure is based on reports developed by three Open Society Institute programs that examined education for Roma in eight Central and Eastern European countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia).
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