FSG presents the tenth Annual Report Discrimination and Roma Community with a national and European dimensionREAD MORE
Best practices in employment for young people in social exclusion and a European Network made up of representatives of twelve Member States led by the Spanish Government, with the aim of promoting Roma social inclusion.READ MORE
Under the slogan “Come, there is a lot which unites us” Fundación Secretariado Gitano (FSG) opened the doors of its 54 branches today to share its work with local people, organizations, and companiesREAD MORE
On June 26th and 27th a team of 3 auditors from the European Court of Auditors (ECA) visited FSG in order to better familiarize themselves with the activities directed towards the inclusion of the Roma population.
FSG welcomes the organisation of the Summit by the European Commission in order to renew political commitment and determination to end discrimination and foster inclusion as well as to strengthen the role of local stakeholders in the inclusion of the Roma population.READ MORE
The programme challenges the crisis and improves its results by 14% compared to 2012.READ MORE
FSG was responsible for the private prosecution of the case in coordination with the Discrimination and Hate Crime Service of the Barcelona Prosecutor´s Office. The court ruled in favour of the woman and convicted the officers to two years imprisonment and 12,000 € compensation.
A survey conducted by the Fundación Secretariado Gitano warns that the fundamental right to education is not sufficiently guaranteed in the case of Roma youth.
The survey highlights the wide gap between Roma and non-Roma students: the dropout rate is 51 percentage points higher.
The FSG publishes The Impact of the Crisis on the Roma Community (in Spanish) and warns that many Roma families that had managed to climb out of poverty are falling back in.READ MORE