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Five years on: Czech government still failing to address discrimination against Romani children in schools – ERRC.org

“Five years on: Czech government still failing to address discrimination against Romani children in schools

8 November 2012

Budapest, Prague, 8 November 2012: Romani children in the Czech Republic are still being denied the educational opportunities offered to other students five years after the European Court of Human Rights found the authorities guilty of discrimination, Amnesty International and the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) said in a report published today.

“The Czech Republic’s education system is failing Romani children, with devastating consequences for their future. Thousands of Romani pupils are trapped in segregated schools which leaves them with few chances for further education and extremely limited options of finding work,” said Dezideriu Gergely the Executive Director of the European Roma Rights Centre.

”Unfortunately, many Romani pupils in Czech Republic today are reliving the experience of the applicants who lodged the complaint with the European Court more than a decade ago,” Gergely added.”

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via Five years on: Czech government still failing to address discrimination against Romani children in schools – ERRC.org.

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