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This paper concentrates on Romania, which has one of the largest Roma communities in Europe. We profile the situation with some reference to regional geographies and previous policy history.

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The main thrust of the paper rests with a comprehensive programme to improve the condition of the Roma community as a major element among a number of other factors which are working towards the same objective.

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A particular attention to the education programme for the Roma people is needed.

Dr Remus Cretan
west university of Timisoara

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This page is a summary of: Romania's Roma Population: From Marginality to Social Integration, Scottish Geographical Journal, December 2008, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/14702540802596608.
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