Significant Progress in Roma Inclusion
November 21st, 2016


Significant Progress in Roma Inclusion
June 19, 2007
Hungary has done best; Montenegro worst, with Serbia and Macedonia lagging behind as well.

However, countries must move from sporadic measures based on pilot projects to integrated policies and programs.

DecadeWatch assesses governments actions on introducing measures on the four Decade priority areas of education, employment, health, and housing, as well as institutional arrangements and anti-discrimination legislation.

Country reports were prepared by Roma civil society alliances, and then countries were ranked. (...)

The report looks at government inputs, not outcomes, as the Decade was only launched in 2005. The World Bank and the Open Society Institute supported DecadeWatch through assistance with training and methodology.

Source: Romservis, June 12, 2007;

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