Podcast: Ulrich Bunjes – Europe’s ‘Romaphobia,’ the ‘Strasbourg Declaration’ policy review and George Soros talks

In this podcast, Ulrich Bunjes discusses the Council of Europe’s efforts to further the inclusion of Roma people.

The Secretary General’s Special Representative for Roma issues admits his shock at the refusal of a French mayor to bury a Roma child and confirms the direction of the organisation’s review of Roma policy and its evaluation of the impact of the 2010 Strasbourg Declaration.

Bunjes, appointed last July as the successor to Jeroen Schokkenbroek, also gives an update on talks with billionaire financier George Soros about a European Roma institute.

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