External resources

- Open Society Foundations, Revisiting the EU Roma Framework: Assessing the European Dimension for the Post-2020 Future (2017)

- Centre for European Policy Studies in cooperation with ENAR, Combating Institutional Anti-Gypsyism: Responses and promising practices in the EU and selected Member States (2017)

- RWI and NuLawLab, Inconvenient Human Rights: Access to Water and Sanitation in Sweden’s Informal Roma Settlements (2016)

- Associazione 21 luglio, Roma discrimination in Italy (2016)

- Open Society Foundations, Roma School Desegregation (2016)

- World Bank, Being fair, faring better : promoting equality of opportunity for marginalized Roma (2016)

- European Roma and Traveller Forum, Reports on the situation of Roma in various European countries

- European Roma Information Office, Human rights abuses and discrimination against Roma (2015)

- European Roma Information Office, Roma role models (2015)

- European Roma Information Office, Hate speech against Roma in the media: Fact sheet (2015)

- Romano Centro, Antigypsyism in Austria - Incident documentation 2013-2015 (2015)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Discrimination against and living conditions of Roma women in 11 EU Member States: Survey (2014)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Education: the situation of Roma in 11 EU Member States: Survey (2014)

- EU Fundamental Rights Agency,Poverty and employment: the situation of Roma in 11 EU Member States: Survey (2014)

- World Bank, Handbook for improving the living conditions of Roma (2014)

- Council of Europe, Online European Database on Roma-related policies and good practices

- Fundacion Secretariado Gitano

- European Roma Rights Centre

- European Roma Grassroots Organisation Network

- Council of Europe: Roma and Travellers

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