|International Policy Fellowships|
The Decade of Roma Inclusion represents one of the touchstone recent
documents in Europe aimed at ending discrimination against the continents
largest minority. Nine countries have signed the agreement from 20052015
to guarantee demonstrable progress in four principal areas: education,
health, housing, and employment. While different institutions,
including OSI, are engaged in developing and monitoring policies
in these principal areas, there is nonetheless a need for systematic
analysis and oversight as to how these goals are (or are not) being
achieved, and how the Decade could tackle policy challenges beyond
purely sectoral issues.
Current Challenges for the Elimination of Roma Child Labor in Eastern Europe and the Need for Child-Centered Roma Policies.
A Gendered View of the Decade of Roma Inclusion.
The Accountability of EU Funding to Romani Womens Issues and Priorities: Achieving the Goals of the Decade for Roma Inclusion at the European Level.
Combating the Discrimination and Exclusion of Kelderari Roma in Russia.