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Without question, the Roma are the most discriminated against people in Europe. They suffer derision and scorn at every turn. Their children find it hard to receive proper education, their adults find it hard to get proper jobs, and it’s often impossible to find a suitable place to live so they setup up encampments wherever they can.

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From September 8-10, 2010, a Roma conference was held in Lisbon, Portugal that concentrated on the discrimination against the Roma throughout Europe. There are 10-16 million Roma in Europe but despite those seemingly large numbers they’re still discriminated against, sometimes in particularly vile ways.

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Europe and the EU as a whole have taken strong initiative to combat poverty and social exclusion throughout its countries. They rightly see that if all groups are allowed to prosper than all the nations will achieve greater success. That’s why the Roma Conference EU was called for. It takes place in March 2011 and they have several goals.

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In 2005 The Decade of Roma Inclusion was launched by a coalition of 12 European countries. The project was put together to improve the lives and socio-economic status of this often discriminated against group of people. It’s the first time European countries have worked together to improve the lives of the Roma people and it features a wide range of ideas and initiatives designed to achieve their goal.

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Roma can be used as a synonym for the Romani people but it’s more specifically used to refer to the subgroup of the Romani that live in Central and Eastern Europe. The Roma are typically discriminated against and are forced to live in squalid conditions in many of the cities where they take up residence. Some are not even integrated into society.

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