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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. The 12 countries participating are: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, and Spain. Each country features a fairly high Roma population and they’ve all experienced exceptional discrimination, which is why the countries want to do something about it.
The Roma often live in stunning poverty and can be almost entirely excluded from society based on misguided preconceptions about their culture and the people as a whole. It’s often a brutal life they lead and the governments feel responsible for taking care of the people living in their country and ensuring that they are not in perpetual misery. Each country came up with a Decade Action Plan that had very specific details about how they were going to achieve their goal of Roma inclusion. They had a large Roma Conference and went over everything before the initiative started.
A number of international organizations have gotten involved as well and are providing both funds and support in other ways to make these desired changes a reality. The Roma Education Fund is particularly dedicated to improving the education of Roma children around Europe. One of the largest obstacles they face is not getting the Roma kids enough education and as a result they suffer later in life. If these issues can be solved the Roma have a much better future ahead of them.