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The term Traveler refers specifically to Irish Travelers who are not Roma and are native to Ireland. In France the term "Travellers" -gens du voyage- is also used. ↑ “'Roma' and 'Travellers' are used as umbrella terms, inclusive of the variety of groups such as Roma, Sinti, Gypsies, Jenische, tottenham hotspur jersey and Travelers and their subdivisions without prejudice to the manner in which any of these groups present themselves. " The State of Roma and Traveler Housing in the European Union – Steps towards Equality. ↑ “The term 'Roma and/or Travelers' used in the present text refers to Roma, Sinti, Kale, Travelers, and related groups in Europe, and aims to cover the wide diversity of groups concerned, including groups which identify themselves as Gypsies". ↑ "The term Roma in an endonym and refers to persons describing themselves as Roma, Gypsies, Manouches, Kalderash, Machavaya, Lovari, Churari, Romanichal, Gitanoes, Kalo, Sinti, Rudari, Boyash, Travelers, Ungaritza, Luri, Bashalde, Romungro, Yenish, Xoraxai, and other groups perceived as Gypsies.

↑ "The term "Roma" is used as an umbrella term including groups of people who share more or less similar cultural characteristics, such as the Roma, Sinti, Travelers, Ashkali, and Kalé. ↑ "The terms "Roma" and "Traveller" are used as generic terms and cover the whole range of different groups, such as Roma, Sinti, Gypsies, Yenish, Travellers, etc., including their sub-groups, regardless of the form in which these are manifested represent groups themselves”. ↑ "For the purposes of this website, and in accordance with the practice in EU policy papers and discussions, the term 'Roma' is used in relation to a variety of groups of people who identify themselves as Roma, Gypsy, Traveller, Manouche, Ashkaelia, Sinti and other titles. ↑ Funds for Roma integration remain unused ↑ Harry Van den Bremt, Rene Jacobs: Velo Plus ↑ Christoph Wortmann becomes Rejek's successor ↑ 50 Years of Activity: The European Court of Human Rights An overview of the situation in the EU Member States, European Monitoring Center on Racism and Xenophobia (EUMC), May 2006, p 16. (Memento of 19 January 2012 at the Internet Archive) European Commission, 5 October 2009, archived from the original on 26 January 2016 ; retrieved 8 September 2010 Info: Archive link inserted automatically and not checked yet Council of Europe archived from the original on 31 December 2016; retrieved 26 August 2010. Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked.

European Commission, archived from the original on September 1, 2010; accessed on September 11, 2010. Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Archived from the original on September 13, 2010; accessed on September 10, 2010. Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. These groups also share a history of persistent marginalization in European societies." The Fundamental Rights Position of Roma and Travelers in the European Union, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), August 31, 2010 (HTM (Memento from 6. September 2010 in the Internet Archive) and PDF, p. 1. (Memento of the original from 22 May 2020 in the Internet Archive) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. At this point the 'Foxes' were already first again and should this position from the 23. No more handing in on match day either. ↑ "Since surveying all minority groups across the EU would be prohibitively expensive, only the largest ethnic minority/immigrant groups in each country, and groups identified as vulnerable to discriminatory treatment and criminal victimisation, were surveyed. "First report in the Data in Focus series."

↑ from the resolution of the European Parliament of July 8, 2010 on the process of European integration of Kosovo. ↑ Simon Ellis: Integration in relation to inclusion. ↑ Olaf Beuchling: Between Payos and Gitanos. ↑ from the situation of the Roma in Europe: Resolution of the European Parliament of September 9, 2010 on the situation of the Roma and freedom of movement in the European Union (Preliminary edition). ↑ from Marcella Corsi, Chiara Crepaldi, Manuela Samek Lodovici, Paolo Boccagni, Cristina Vasilescu: Ethnic minority and Roma women in Europe: A case for gender equality? The founding fathers were of the opinion that the club name "Celtic" was too Irish-nationalist and would therefore not appeal to the unionist minority of the city's population. Since the owner of Wembley Stadium refused to hold a greyhound race, the game was replaced France against Uruguay, a replacement stadium in London is necessary. ↑ Resolution of the European Parliament of March 16, 1984 on the school education of children whose parents have no permanent residence. ↑ abc Second European Roma Summit: Resolution of the European Parliament of March 25, 2010 on the second European summit on the situation of the Roma.

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