«L’Alliance» combat les discriminations envers les Roms aux niveaux local et régional, promeut leur inclusion et attire l’attention des autorités locales et régionale sur ces communautés.

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Le terme "Roms et Gens du Voyage" est utilisé par le Conseil de l'Europe pour englober la diversité des groupes inclut dans le travail du Conseil de l'Europe sur le terrain intégrant des Roms, Sinti/Manouches, Calé, Kaale, Romanichels, Boyash/Rudari, Égyptiens balkaniques (Égyptiens et Ashkali), des groupes de l'est (Dom, Lom et Abdal), des groupes comme Travellers, Yénishes et des populations désignées par le terme administratif "Gens du voyage", ainsi que des personnes qui s'identifient eux-mêmes comme Tsiganes. 

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Congress Spokesperson Mirand RIRA: "Securing Roma rights is part of the responsibilities of public authorities"

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Strasbourg, 8 April 2019. "Roma are fully-fledged members of society and securing their rights is part of the responsibilities of public authorities," said Congress spokeswoman on Roma issues, Miranda RIRA (Albania, SOC), on the occasion of the Roma International Day, on 8 April 2019. "Even though they are the largest minority in Europe with more than 10 million Roma, they continue to be subjected to discrimination and violence in several European countries," she warned.

"There is an urgent need for action at all levels of governance to promote their integration and participation in public life. As local and regional elected officials, we have a particular responsibility and above all the ability to develop initiatives with and for them," she added.

The Congress promotes the Declaration against anti-Gypsyism, a text that allows local and regional elected representatives from the 47 member states to take a stand against discrimination against Roma. To date, it has been signed by 117 local or regional elected officials from 33 countries.

This is also the aim of the Dosta! Congress Prize awarded every two years to three municipalities from Council of Europe member states which have implemented initiatives to integrate Roma in the long term within their borders. Applications for the 2019 edition are now open and must be submitted by 30 June 2019 at the latest.

In the same vein, the Human Rights Manual for local and regional elected representatives, recently published by the Congress, includes a chapter on Roma rights, with a reminder of the legal framework and the role that local and regional authorities can play, along with examples of good practice implemented in various countries.

Congress activities on the inclusion of Roma and Travellers