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This paper examines the political status of Romani. the language of the Gypsies/Roma, in the European Union (EU). Even though some groups do not call themselves "Roma," all Romani speaking groups use the name "Romanes" for their language and "Romani/Romano/Romane" for everything related to their group. All groups use the same language, and all languages can be subdivided into dialects. Three aspects make Romani dialects more diverse than other EU dialects: absence...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Civil Rights, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Language of...
Considerable progress has been made in Australia toward the attainment of equitable educational outcomes by Aboriginal people during the past 30 years, and by people of the Torres Strait Islands during the past 15 years. Although parity of outcomes has not yet been achieved, Indigenous education is now positioned within the core business of both government and non-government education systems, and a range of initiatives are taking place both at the policy and the school levels. It essential,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Aboriginal Australians, Cultural Awareness, Educational Needs, Educational Policy,...
This report documents civil violations and discriminatory actions against Roma in Romania, contending that, due to the Romanian government's inadequate efforts to bring perpetrators of anti-Romani crimes to justice and to eradicate discrimination against Roma, a climate of impunity surrounding anti-Romani actions has taken deep root. Chapter 1 introduces the problem. Chapter 2 offers a brief history of Roma rights in Romania. Chapter 3 details how Roma are denied justice when they complain of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Child Health, Child Welfare, Children, Civil Liberties, Elementary Secondary...