Documents

Documents by the Alliance against Antigypsyism

Reference Paper on Antigypsyism (2016)

Dimensions of Antigypsyism in Europe (2019)

Developing measures to combat antigypsyism after 2020: Guidance for European and national stakeholders (May 2019)

Combating antigypsyism in the post-2020 EU Roma Framework: Recommendations (May 2019)

Civil Society feedback on the Roadmap published by DG Justice on 17 Feb 2020: Initiative setting out the EU Post-2020 Roma Equality and Inclusion Policy

Policy and institutional documents on antigypsyism:

European Commission Roadmap: Initiative setting out the EU post-2020 Roma equality and inclusion policy, 2020

European Parliament, “Motion for a resolution on the need for a strengthened post-2020 Strategic EU Framework for National Roma Inclusion Strategies and stepping up the fight against anti-Gypsyism”, 2019

European Parliament, “Scaling up Roma Inclusion Strategies; Truth, reconciliation and justice for addressing antigypsyism”, 2019

European Commission COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL “Report on the implementation of national Roma integration strategies“, 2019

European Commission, “COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL Report on the evaluation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020”, 2018

European Commission, “Evaluation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020 – Accompanying the document COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL – Report on the evaluation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020”, 2018

European Commission, EU High Level Group on combating racism, xenophobia  and other forms of intolerance, “Antigypsyism: Increasing its Recognition to Better Understand and Address its Manifestations”, 2018

Fundamental Rights Agency, “A persisting concern: anti-Gypsyism as a barrier to Roma inclusion”, 2018

The Roma civil monitor pilot project, “A synthesis of civil society’s reports on the implementation of national Roma integration strategies in the European Union”, 2018

Austrian EU Presidency – Conference on antigypsyism: expert recommendations: “How to address antigypsyism in a Post 2020 EU Roma Framework”, 2018

S&D Group in the European Parliament: The Milestones in our fight against anti-gypsyism, 2018

European Parliament, “Fundamental rights aspects in Roma integration in the EU: fighting anti-Gypsyism”, 2017

Central Council for German Sinti and Roma, “Antigypsyism in public discourses and election campaigns“, 2017

Center for European Policy Studies, “Combating Institutional Anti-Gypsyism: Responses and promising practices in the EU and selected Member States”, 2017

PACE Resolution: “Promotion the Inclusion of Roma and Travellers”, 2017

The Greens/EFA in the European Parliament: “Countering Antigypsyism in Europe“, 2017

Thomas Acton: Scientific racism, popular racism and the discourse of the Gypsy Lore Society. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39 (7), pp. 1187 – 1204. 2016

European Parliament Resolution: International Roma Day – anti-Gypsyism in Europe and EU recognition of the memorial day of the Roma genocide during WW II. European Parliament resolution of 15 April 2015

European Commission ‘Report on the implementation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies’, 2015

Jan Jařab, “Eight circles of anti-Gypsyism“, 2015

Markus End: Antigypsyism in the German Public Sphere. Strategies and Mechanisms of Media Communication”. Heidelberg: Dokumentations- und Kulturzentrum Deutscher Sinti und Roma, 2015.

Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on minority issues, Rita Izsák. Comprehensive study of the human rights situation of Roma worldwide, with a particular focus on the phenomenon of anti-Gypsyism, 2015

Huub van Baar, ‘The Emergence of a Reasonable Anti-Gypsyism in Europe.’ In: Timofey Agarin, ed., When Stereotype Meets Prejudice: Antiziganism in European Societies. Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag, 2014

Martin Holler, ‘Historical Predecessors of the term ‘Anti-Gypsyism’.’ In: Jan Selling, Markus End, Hristo Kyuchukov, Pia Laskar and Bill Templer, eds., “Antiziganism. What’s in a Word? Proceedings from the Uppsala International Conference on the Discrimination, Marginalization and Persecution of Roma, 23-25 October 2013”, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 82 – 92., 2014

Ad Hoc Committee of Experts on Roma Issues  (CAHROM), “Thematic report on combating anti-gypsyism, hate speech and hate crime against Roma”, 2013

EU Council recommendation on effective Roma integration measures in the member states. Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council Meeting, Brussels, 9 and 10 December 2013.

European Commission, “COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION: An EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020”, 2011

ECRI General Policy Recommendation No. 13 on combating anti-gypsyism and discriminiation and Roma, 2011

EU Framework Decision on combating certain forms and expressions of racism and xenophobia by means of criminal law, 2008

European Commission, Non-discrimination and equal opportunities: A renewed commitment. Community Instruments and Policies for Roma Inclusion. Commission Staff Working Paper, 2008

Valeriu Nicolae: ‘Towards a Definition of Anti-Gypsyism”, ERGO Network, 2006.

 Roma in the European Union. European Parliament resolution on the situation of the Roma in the European Union, 2005.

The European Union Race Equality Directive, 2000