Analysis and synthesis of data from local NGOs

Information from all country monitoring reports developed by participating local NGOs is summarised in the synthesis reports:

  • Roma Civil Monitor (2020) A synthesis of civil society’s reports on the implementation of national Roma integration strategies in the European Union: Identifying blind spots in Roma inclusion policy (Download)
  • Roma Civil Monitor (2020) A synthesis of civil society’s reports on the implementation of national Roma integration strategies in the European Union: Assessing the progress in four key policy areas (Download)

    Roma Civil Monitor (2020) Kidipe le Reportenge kathar le Civilne Organizacii pala e Implementacia le Nacionalno Romani Integraciaki Strategii ande Europako Unio: E progresia pala le shtare bare hakajengi area (Download)
  • Roma Civil Monitor (2018) A synthesis of civil society’s reports on the implementation of national Roma integration strategies in the European Union: Focusing on structural and horizontal preconditions for a successful implementation. (Download)

    Roma Civil Monitor (2018) Kidipe le Reportenge kathar le Civilne Organizacii pala e Implementacia le Nacionalno Romani Integraciaki Strategii ande Europako Unio: Strukturalne thaj horizontalne prekondicii te resen jekh lashi implementaci (Download)
  • Roma Civil Monitor (2018) A synthesis report on implementation of national Roma integration strategies in Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia: Focusing on structural and horizontal preconditions for successful implementation of the strategy. (Download)

Comparative analysis of data from all 27 member states per topic is available in the following thematic fiches:

Summaries from each country monitoring reports, including an example of promising practice and most important priorities to be addressed are available in the following country fiches:

Cluster 1: Member states with the largest Roma communities and facing the most acute challenges:

Cluster 2: Member states with significant Roma communities:

 Cluster 3: Member states with mid-size Roma communities:

 Cluster 4: Member states with smaller Roma communities:

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