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Placeholder - DO NOT REMOVE European Commission must deliver justice for Italy’s Roma European Commission must deliver justice for Italy’s Roma Fast-talking, energetic and keen to learn, Clelia* has much in common with hundreds of thousands of other 15-year-old girls in Italy. However, one staggering difference sets her apart: Clelia is currently too scared to go to school because she fears her home might be bulldozed by the time she returns. Rome Anniversary: Reflections on the EU’s future on human rights This weekend European heads of state and government will meet in Rome to celebrate the EU’s 60th anniversary ... (22/02/2017) The human rights violators’ playbook: how to respond to an Amnesty International report To coincide with the launch of our 2016/17 Annual Report, let’s look at five tactics for responding to an AI ... (02/11/2016) Suggested EU rules on conflict mineral trade risk exclusion of 90% of importers Could financing conflict up to a point be excused with control and preventive measures being too ... (21/10/2016) Hungary's Mistreatment of Refugees Today Ignores History Sixty years on and half a world away, Judy Kepecz-Hays still remembers the fear. “We were walking through ... (07/04/2016) EU should stop Italy's forced segregation of Roma Despite launching Roma inclusion initiatives, Italy is still failing to provide adequate housing for Romani ... (18/12/2015) Slovenia: A chance for equality Slovenia is on its way to becoming the first country in Central Europe to allow same-sex couples to marry. ...

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