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ROMA | Ungarn hat bereits 2011 eine europaweit beachtete nationale Roma-Strategie beschlossen. Sie enthält zahlreiche Maßnahmen wie Arbeitsbeschaffung, bessere Wohnsituation und Bildung, die Segregation in Schulen ausschließt. Die Wirklichkeit scheint jedoch eine andere zu sein, wie die Vorfälle in Gyöngyöspata im Norden Ungarns zeigen. Jahrelang mussten dort Roma-Kinder in getrennte Schulklassen gehen – nach einer Entscheidung von Ungarns Oberstem Gericht nicht rechtens. Ministerpräsident Viktor Orbán will den Urteilsspruch „nicht akzeptieren“, der eine Entschädigung für die Kinder vorsieht. Bericht von Stephan Ozsváth für den Deutschlandfunk:
www.deutschlandfunk.de/roma-schueler-in-ungarn-von-der-regierung-nicht-gewollt.680.de.html?dram:a...
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