• List of abbreviations and acronyms
  • Rationale
  • 1. Most frequent Roma living circumstances
  • 1.1. Roma communities living in integrated urban and suburban neighbourhoods
  • Description
  • Dynamics and trends
  • Frequency - Countries
  • 1.2. Roma communities living in segregated urban and suburban neighbourhoods
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  • 1.3. Roma communities living in segregated rural settlements
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  • 1.4. Roma migrants and Roma EU nationals moving within the EU-15 Member States
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  • 1.5. Roma travellers and (semi-) mobile lifestyles
  • 2. Adapting principles to different circumstances
  • 2.1. Areas, principles and action criteria
  • The dimensions of Roma integration
  • The four priority areas
  • The ten common basic principles
  • 2.2. Adapting principles to the diversity of Roma living circumstances
  • 3. Model approaches: Challenges, options and strategies accordingto the types of circumstances
  • 3.1. Possible model approaches for Roma communities livingin integrated urban and suburban neighbourhoods
  • Key policy challenges
  • Policy options to follow
  • Practices that have demonstrated negative consequences
  • Specific strategies, priority actions, useful recommendations
  • 3.2. Possible model approaches for Roma communities livingin segregated urban and suburban neighbourhoods
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  • 3.3. Possible model approaches for Roma communities livingin segregated rural settlements
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  • 3.4. Possible model approaches for Roma migrants and Roma EU nationals moving within the EU-15 Member States
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  • 3.5. Possible model approaches for travellers and (semi-mobile Roma)
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  • 4. Connecting models with EU instruments and policies
  • 4.1. Legal instruments
  • 4.2. Policy instruments
  • 4.3. Financial instruments
  • 5. Annexes
  • Annex 1: Common basic principles for Roma inclusion
  • Annex 2: Factors that may bolster the success of programmes and projects
  • Annex 3: Documents and materials consulted for this work