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Roma denied rights in Slovenia

“Water means more than anything to me” Lili Grm from Dobruška vas told Amnesty International.

Slovenia urged to provide housing and water for its Roma

Amnesty International is calling on Slovenia’s authorities to protect Romani communities from discrimination, following the release today of its report showing they are being denied proper access to adequate housing, water and sanitation. Amnesty International is calling on Slovenia’s authorities to protect Romani communities from discrimination, following the release today of its report showing they are being denied proper access t

Water is a human right: End discrimination against Roma in Slovenia

In Slovenia, like the rest of Europe, nearly 100 per cent of the population has access to safe drinking water. Yet today many Romani communities struggle to collect even small amounts of water for drinking, washing and cooking. In Slovenia, like the rest of Europe, nearly 100 per cent of the population has access to safe drinking water.  

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Slovenia was reviewed in the seventh session of the UPR Working Group in February 2010. 
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По-прежнему попирались права тысяч людей, исключённых из реестра постоянных жителей страны в 1992 году (


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