Romania: Pushed to the margins: Five stories of Roma forced evictions in Romania
Roma in Romania are being denied their right to adequate housing and subjected to continuing poverty, insecurity and social exclusion as a result. Despite Romania’s obligations to protect the right to adequate housing for all, Roma and others living in informal housing remain vulnerable to forced evictions and many experience eviction several times during their lives. This report examines the emotional and social impact of forced evictions on the lives of five Romani people, their families and communities, and the daily challenges they face in being denied an equal place in society.
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