Which finding expressed in the evaluation of the EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies up to 2020 best reflects the needs of Roma in your country and is important to improve their living conditions post-2020?
Extending the scope of the education goal beyond primary school (i.e. addressing early leaver from education and training).
Cutting the employment gap between Roma and the rest of the population remains a priority, but measures should consider the needs of Roma youth and women.
Closing the gap in access to housing and essential services among Roma and the rest of the population remains highly relevant and should be better tailored to country specific needs.
Highlighting specific groups, such as EU mobile Roma, would increase the relevance of the EU framework.
Giving more weight to anti-discrimination is needed to address antigypsyism and its manifestations in hate speech and crime.
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