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Research

Presentations

Some preliminary findings from the Roma SOURCE focus groups [en] - ppt 0.3 MB

Presentation made in Italy by the University of Salford, to the final project meeting. © Roma SOURCE January 2013
Inclusion of Roma communities: issues and research directions [en] - ppt 0.4 MB

This presentation looks at: who are Roma, the situation of Roma across the EU, research currently being undertaken and emerging issues. The presentation was given in the UK by the University of Salford. © Roma SOURCE July 2012
Roma: the 5Rs [en] - ppt 0.3 MB

Slides from a keynote address delivered by Salford University at the NATT+ conference in March 2013. © Roma SOURCE 2013

Reports

The Limits of Inclusion? Exploring the views of Roma and non Roma in six European Union Member States. Roma SOURCE Final Research Report. [en] - pdf 9.6 MB

The University of Salford carried out research to consider two key issues:
  1. Roma experiences of social inclusion/exclusion.
  2. The extent to which Roma and majority communities lead integrated lives.
Fieldwork was conducted in in six European Union countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom), with Roma and non Roma populations. © Roma SOURCE 2013
Executive Summary of the Roma SOURCE Final Research Report: The Limits of Inclusion? [en] - pdf 1.9 MB

Written by the University of Salford. © Roma SOURCE 2013
Also available in: [bg] [el] [es] [it] [hu]
Interim Research Report - Roma SOURCE [en] - pdf 0.5 MB

This report from the University of Salford details the context for the Roma SOURCE project and highlights a number of issues relating to the inclusion and exclusion of Roma in Europe and more specifically in our six partner countries (Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain and the UK). The report combines and draws on a literature review and 'Country Reports' written by Roma SOURCE partners. © Roma SOURCE January 2012.

Research papers

Research about employment in Hungary [en] - pdf 0.5 MB

This research is about the employment situation of Roma people in Hungary. It provides information about types of employment (such as enterprises, self-employment) and about what kind of grants the government and non-governmental organisations can use to help Roma people into employment. © Roma SOURCE November 2011.
Also available in: [hu]


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