Civil society monitoring reports
The first monitoring cycle 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 and Structural Funds) and for the countries with largest Roma communities (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia) also the impact of mainstream education policies on Roma. The next monitoring cycle of reports will focus on the key policy areas of education, employment, healthcare and housing.
Cluster 1: Member states with the largest Roma communities and facing the most acute challenges: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia.
Cluster 2: Member states with significant Roma communities: France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Cluster 3: Member states with mid-size Roma communities: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden.
Cluster 4: Member states with smaller Roma communities: Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg and Slovenia.