Decade Watch Reports Available in Czech and Serbian
Czech and Serbian versions of DecadeWatch: Roma Activists Assess the Progress of the Decade of Roma Inclusion are now available for downloading atwww.decadewatch.org.
DecadeWatch is the first assessment of government action on implementing the commitments expressed under the Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005–2015. Since the Decade aims at giving Roma a voice in the process of inclusion, the assessment was conducted by coalitions of Roma NGOs and activists from all countries participating in the Decade. (In Croatia and Montenegro the reporting was conducted jointly by mainstream NGOs and Roma activists.) This first round of DecadeWatch reviews the period from the launch of the Decade in early 2005 until the end of 2006.
The full English version of the DecadeWatch report was released in June 2007 at a meeting of the Decade's International Steering Committee. Each national-language version of the report will include the overview section, with summaries for all participating countries, as well as the full country report for the respective Decade member state.
All translated versions of the DecadeWatch reports will be posted later this summer as they become available.
- ERTF: Czech Republic failing Roma under the European Social Charter
- Czech Republic: Gypsy Spirit prize being revived by private foundations
- Did the Czech President invite an anti-Semitic extremist to Prague Castle?
- Czech election results in Romani neighborhoods
- Czech Republic: 50 anti-minority racists march in Plzeň, 60 Roma stand up to them
- Czech Republic: Neo-Nazis attempt pogrom in Ostrava, 500 Roma march against them
- Czech President: More police needed in areas of conflict
- Czech Republic: No Romani candidates seated, populist Dawn (Úsvit) gets 7 % of the vote
- The long road of active resistance to racist marches in the Czech Republic
- Czech elections: Social Democrats gain only slight lead over ANO 2011
- Czech Republic: Neo-Nazis to march on state holiday Monday
- Czech Republic: Perpetrators of machete attack get up to 17.5 years