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63% of Roma aged 16-24 are not employed, in education or training and 40% of Roma report feeling discriminated at work. Even if they manage to secure employment, they often continue to face lower wages, precarious and atypical contracts, a lack of career options, and direct discrimination and harassment of employers and colleagues. Eliminating such inequalities …

In the last decade, Slovakia has witnessed a massive outflow of primary school pupils from schools that provide education not only to the majority but also to Roma pupils. The quarantine because of COVID-19 virus left children, pupils, students, and teachers at home. Unfortunately, teaching from home did not reach all the children, as although …

When it comes to policies, strategies, and programs that support the inclusion of the most vulnerable and marginalized children, we cannot fail to consider the early childhood development (ECD) professionals with the same cultural and ethnic backgrounds as the children with whom they work. Meet Loli  Loli is a Roma girl from Europe. Her story …

The spring of 2020 was tough on everyone in Hungary. Especially it was tough on the most vulnerable groups, including poor Roma families. Many people who were already living in poverty lost their jobs and lots of families did not have any digital devices or the digital skills to help their children with distance learning.