Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19965
Title: Avoiding the dependency trap
Corporate Authors: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Regional Bureau for Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States 
Subject Keywords: marginalization ; poverty ; education ; employment ; access to health services ; social welfare ; economic, social, and cultural rights ; Roma and Sinti
Key Issues: Roma, Sinti and Travellers
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: UNDP
Publication Country: Slovakia 
Publication Place : Bratislava
Material Type: report
research
Language: English
Country: Czech Republic 
Slovakia 
Hungary 
Romania 
Bulgaria 
Country Coverage: Czech Republic 
Slovakia 
Hungary 
Romania 
Bulgaria 
URL display: http://roma.undp.sk/reports.php?parent_id=1&id=1
Abstract: Publisher's description: This is a comprehensive study on the situation of Roma minority in five Central and Eastern European countries based on comparable socioeconomic data from a cross-country survey among 5034 respondents representative of the Roma population. It provides answers to questions such as: Why the situation of Roma in Central and Eastern Europe has not improved in the last decade? What is the status of Roma in the region from a human development perspective? What are the actual levels of unemployment, depth of poverty, magnitude of segregation in education, dependency on social welfare? Are Roma actually willing to integrate in their home societies or do they wish to stay isolated in their cultural uniqueness? Are they willing to participate in state structures and bear the respective responsibilities of political representation? What needs to be done to improve development opportunities of the Roma in a sustainable way?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19965
ISBN: 92-1-126153-8
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