Serbia: Roma still waiting for adequate housing
On 26 April 2012, the City of Belgrade forcibly evicted almost 1,000 Roma (around 240 households) from their homes in an informal settlement at Belvil in Belgrade. In this briefing Amnesty International examines why and how, three years later, the Belgrade authorities, in cooperation with the international community, have yet to fulfil their commitment to resettle the Belvil Roma and fulfil their right to adequate housing.
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