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După ce a tras învățăminte de pe urma deficiențelor cadrului anterior al UE privind romii, din ultimul deceniu, Comisia Europeană este acum hotărâtă să atingă obiectivele principale ale noului cadru strategic privind romii, reducând decalajul în materie de discriminare și excluziune socioeconomică cu cel puțin 50% până în 2030. Cu toate acestea, pentru a obține rezultate palpabile, rolul statelor membre este esențial.


Europe's largest minority, numbering more than ten million people, continue to be discriminated against and marginalised in many Member States of the European Union. Human rights NGOs and EU policymakers who gathered at the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) warned that in many cases police continue to use ethnic profiling against Roma people. A public hearing on "Addressing anti-gypsyism in ethnic profiling practices" was part of the third EU Roma Week, held by the EU institutions in Brussels from April 8 to 12. 


"The European Economic and Social Committee considers that the participation of Roma at all stages of decision-making is essential for achieving effective policies that can make a real difference to their situation within the EU. However, the tools available today are not sufficient in this regard"