Civil society monitoring report on implementation of the national Roma integration strategy in Portugal
Focusing on structural and horizontal preconditions for successful implementation of the strategy
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The results of the implementation of the policy measures aimed to integrate Roma in Netherlands are very difficult to assess. Firstly, most of the measures are mainstreamed and Roma are considered a potential target group. Secondly, the ethnically disaggregated data are absent, reducing drastically the possibility to evaluate if the measures have even reached Roma and with what results. Roma, Sinti and Travellers are involved in the policy cycle to a minimum extent, regardless if they are considered potential target or “the target” group. They were not consulted when the set of integrated... policy measures was drafted to be sent to Brussel, as part of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020.1 In many instances, Roma are not aware of those policies. Roma are treated as subjects or beneficiaries in most projects/programs, and rarely as real partner in the policy design, implementation or evaluation, be it at national or local level. The relatively small size of the Roma population makes it irrelevant for the politicians and policy makers but made visible in the public discourse with references mainly to i.e. “socially unacceptable and criminal behaviour and exploitation of Roma children”.
- Service(s) auteur(s): Associação Letras Nómadas , Direction générale de la justice et des consommateurs (Commission européenne) , EAPN Portugal , Obra Nacional da Pastoral dos Ciganos Thèmes: Droits fondamentaux, Social
- Sujet: abandon scolaire, discrimination ethnique, Fonds européen de développement régional, Fonds social européen, intégration sociale, lutte contre la discrimination, politique de l'éducation, Portugal, programme opérationnel, rapport, Roms, société civile
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