New report finds widespread racism in Europe
November 28, 2006 Leave a Comment
Migrants and ethnic minorities, in particular gypsies, continue to face discrimination across the European Union in employment, education and housing, according to a report published Tuesday by the EU’s racism monitoring centre.
“In spite of some heartening examples of good practice, I stand here today unable to say that there has been a substantial improvement with regard to racism and xenophobia in the EU Member States,” the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC) said in its annual report.
Read full article: EU Business, 28 November 2006