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A ROMÁK KULTURÁLIS ÉS EMBERI JOGAINAK VÉDELME ÉS ELISMERÉSE AZ EURÓPAI UNIÓBAN. (Hungarian)

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  • Korunk; 2022, Issue 6, p20-28, 9p
  • This article focuses on the recent developments of minority protection within the European Union though the case of Roma. The author first draws a sketch of the different models of Roma integration within the majority societies, then focuses on the post-World War Two architecture of the international treaties and monitoring mechanisms. Coming closer to the present, the text presents the political process which led to the establishment of the EU Framework Strategy for Roma inclusion. As a consequence of the second wave of Eastern enlargement of the EU (2007), the mobility of the Romani citizens increased within the European countries. Reactions such as the “the Nomad emergency” in Italy or the deportations of Romanian and Bulgarian Roma by the Sárközy administration created a human rights crisis which exposed that the rights of the Roma citizens are violated not only in their home countries but also at the destination. The EU bodies created the Framework Strategy for Roma inclusion in 2010 with the support of the Council of Europe. The article concludes with a critical assessment of the present situation (post 2020) after the second cycle of the Framework Strategy was launched. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Protecting the Human Rights of Roma and Recognising Romani Culture in the European Union: An Overview of Recent Developments. (English)
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