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Report on discrimination of Roma children in education published

17 December 2014 - This newly published thematic report provides an update to a previous thematic report published by the Network in 2007 as well as a highly valuable and timely insight into the current situation of Roma children in the field of education in a number of Member States.

European Anti-Discrimination Law Review [Issue 19] available

17 December 2014 - This issue of the Law Review provides an overview of the latest developments in European anti-discrimination law (the information reflects, as far as possible, the state of affairs as of 15 June 2014).

ANED 2014 Annual Meeting: Data, Evidence and Argument – 14 November 2014, Brussels, Belgium

17 December 2014 - ANED held its seventh and final Annual Meeting for the Network’s 2012-2014 cycle, in Brussels, bringing together 54 participants from 29 countries, as well as representatives from the European Commission, disabled people’s organizations and key stakeholders.

Report from the ANED network fed into Commission decision-making

17 October 2014 - The European Commission has published the ex-post evaluation report of the Programme for Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion(PROGRESS) 2007-2013. The synthesis report from the evaluation makes reference to a report as an example where a PROGRESS funded project, in this case managed by Human European Consultancy, fed into Commission decision-making.

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