ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT. A STRATEGIC APPROACH FOR THE SOCIAL INCLUSION OF THE ROMA. What is CASPIS.
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There are very few recent solid data on the most important aspects of the roma:
Conclusion: the need for updated estimates
Lack of education - unemployment – poverty
Poverty –social polarization – lack of access to family planning means – social assistance dependence – chronic unemployment
Employment and education: becauseof the low life expectancy, the vast majority of the Roma are of school or active age (only 4.3% are over 65). Yet including them in the education and employment cycles is a very challenging task.
The Roma experience unstable housing arrangements – high percentages of renting as opposed to the national average, risk of eviction, overcrowding, poor quality of the dwellings
Romapopulation was more than 3 times poorer than the average value in year 2003, with a 76% risk and a 80% risk for the Roma children using an absolute threshold.
6. Other problems