Gabriela Hrabaňová: We need to discuss Romani integration with MEPs to promote our approaches at EU level
At the close of March and start of April, on the occasion of International Romani Day, the second-ever EU Roma Week took place at the European Parliament in Brussels. Approximately 200 representatives of civil society and public institutions attended events dedicated to the integration of Romani people in Europe.
"Approximately 15 MEPs are involved during EU Roma Week. We need them to disseminate our ideas about the integration of Romani people in all areas. The European Parliament has almost 1 000 members, and just 15 of them are open to addressing this question publicly, and that is very few," Gabriela Hrabaňová, the newly-appointed director of the European Roma Grassroots Organization Network, which organizes EU Roma Week, explained to news server Romea.cz.
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