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Executive summary
1.1 Aims of the Report
1. Introduction
1.2 Methodology
1.3 Structure of the Report
2.1 Defning Poverty and Social Exclusion
2.2 Poverty and Social Exclusion of Children
2.3 Rights of the Child
2.4 Population and Discrimination of Roma
2.4.1 Roma Population
2.4.2 Discrimination of Roma
3.1 Economic Exclusion
3.1.1 Material Poverty
3. The Environment of the Excluded Child
3.1.2 Roma Poverty
3.1.3 Poverty and Children
3.1.4 Unemployment
3.1.5 Lack of opportunities for Roma women
3.1.6 Welfare benefts
3.2 Housing poverty and segregation
3.2.1 Slum settlements
3.2.2 Living conditions
3.2.3 Overcrowding
3.3 Health
3.3.1 Access to health services
3.4 Education
4.1.3 Birth
4.2 Offcial Identity
4.3 Children’s Health and Nutrition
4.3.1 Infant and Under Five Health
4.3.2 Nutrition and parenting practices
4.4 Domestic violence
4.5 Conclusion
5. Education
5.1 Pre-School Education
5.2 Primary Education
5.2.1 Quality of Education
5.2.1.1 Segregation
5.2.1.2 Special schools
5.2.2 Dropping out of Primary Education
5.3 Post-Primary Education
5.4 Child labour
5.5 Conclusion
6. Breaking the Cycle of Intergenerational Exclusion
Recommendations
Index of footnotes
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Roma Children in South East Europe: Breaking the Cycle of Exclusion

Roma Children in South East Europe: Breaking the Cycle of Exclusion

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The report calls for immediate action
on social exclusion of children in
middle income countries. It focuses
especially on Roma children and covers
eight states/entities in South East
Europe: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina,
Bulgaria, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia,
Montenegro, Romania and Serbia......
The report calls for immediate action
on social exclusion of children in
middle income countries. It focuses
especially on Roma children and covers
eight states/entities in South East
Europe: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina,
Bulgaria, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia,
Montenegro, Romania and Serbia......

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