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Roma In Focus: ECMI's Work on and With Roma

Author European Centre of Minority Issues
Pages 62
Source Flensburg: European Centre for Minority Issues
Release Date 08-04-2014

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ECMI research treats minority standards not only as guiding principles, but also as a means of identifying areas and situations where minorities face risks as a result of non-compliance, regardless of whether these failures occur in times of violent conflict or in stable, developed states. ECMI's action projects share a common general aim of supporting those areas of minority existence that have not seen adequate adoption and implementation of global minority rights. More specific objectives generally include capacity building, competence development, and institution building. These objectives are in turn reached through advisory support, technical assistance, and targeted trainings. Given Roma's status as Europe's most marginalized minority, ECMI's approach is particularly relevant for addressing their situation. Moreover, insofar as Roma comprise a minority in all countries where they reside, Roma matter everywhere for ECMI.


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