Two weeks ago we started releasing a series of research papers based on data from the survey UNDP did together with the World Bank and the European Commission in 2011 in an effort to map the current situation of Roma in Europe. (See: Roma inclusion: Moving beyond the research ivory tower)
Can there be a more appropriate timing for the release of the next paper from the Roma Inclusion Working Papers series – the one on education?
Here it is! (See also a concise overview of the findings)
The papers from the Roma Inclusion Working Papers series already released:
- Civil society, civil involvement and social inclusion of the Roma
- Methodology – Integrated household survey among Roma populations
Other resources based on the data from the survey:
- Joint EU Fundamental Rights Agency / UNDP overview of results
- Opportunities for Roma inclusion – UNDP newsletter
- Toward an equal start: Closing the early learning gap for Roma children in Eastern Europe – World Bank
- Reducing vulnerability and promoting the self-employment of Roma in Eastern Europe through financial inclusion – World Bank
What’s next? An in-depth analysis of the housing situation of Roma communities to be released next week.