Development of country monitoring reports by local NGOs

The FIRST MONITORING CYCLE (2017) of the National Roma Integration Strategies reviewed key structural preconditions of successful implementation: fighting discrimination and antigypsyism, governance and overall policy framework (including Roma participation, coordination structures, use of European Structural and Investment Funds), anti-discrimination and fighting antigypsyism, and for the countries with largest Roma communities (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia) also the impact of mainstream education policies on Roma.

In the SECOND MONITORING CYCLE (2018), the reports focus on the key policy areas of education, employment, healthcare and housing.

In the THIRD MONITORING CYCLE (2019/2020), the reports focus on blind spots in Roma inclusion policies. Such blind spots include issues that hinder the Roma inclusion but have not been effectively considered or addressed by the Member States.

Information from the country reports developed by local NGOs is summarised in synthesis reports, thematic fiches and country fiches.

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

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BulgariaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
Czech RepublicDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
HungaryDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
RomaniaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
SlovakiaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload

Cluster 2: Member states with significant Roma communities:

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FranceDownload  DownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
GermanyDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
GreeceDownload-DownloadDownload--
ItalyDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
SpainDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
United KingdomDownload-Download-Download-

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

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AustriaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
BelgiumDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
CroatiaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
IrelandDownload-Download-Download-
NetherlandsDownload-Download-Download-
PolandDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
PortugalDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
SwedenDownload-Download-Download-

Cluster 4: Member states with smaller Roma communities: 

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CyprusDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
DenmarkDownload-Download-Download-
EstoniaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
FinlandDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
LatviaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
LithuaniaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload
LuxembourgDownload-Download-Download-
SloveniaDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownloadDownload

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