September 12th, 2013

Roma research centre inaugurated in Budapest

A Roma research institute has started its activities in Budapest with a staff of 11 sponsored by European funds, head of the Roma Self-government and ruling Fidesz MP Florian Farkas said on Wednesday.

The institute will analyse the overall situation of the Roma, policies that aim to improve their situation and ways for tapping financial support, Farkas told the press.

The unit will track the implementation of the Roma inclusion policies pledged by the current government, he added. He said the Hungarian model is worth to be implemented abroad and may stand as an example for Europe.

European funds worth 15 billion forints (EUR 50m) help the re-employment of Roma women, the eradication of Roma slums and the integration of Roma in the labour market, a government official said at the launching event.

The number of the Roma population in Hungary is estimated around 800,000.

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  • Leto مؤدّب

    God bless those Hungarian brothers!

    • DoubleH63

      Shouldn’t you say Yahve?

      [BTW, your brother is the Devla]

      • Leto مؤدّب

        You should know :D

  • DoubleH63

    “ways for tapping financial support”

    HÉV just does not provide enough, eh.

    • Leto مؤدّب

      You need to keep you mouth you libturde.

  • Hungaro

    I see a great business opportunity for future labour camps and export of romani slaves.

    • Leto مؤدّب

      Once you ran out of Hungarian slaves you vermin? Have some compassion you postcommie turd.

      • Hungaro

        Me postcommie turd? I would kill a commie for free, so go and fuck yourself globalist-liberal asshole.

  • Thomas Buterbaugh

    More squandering of EU taxpayers money on liberal fetishes.

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