Working towards a Europe where all Roma can benefit from an improved standard of physical, mental and social well-being to contribute to the development of their home communities and host societies.
a new reflection paper from EPHA on the EU’s new framework strategy for Roma inclusion
Joint response to the European Commission consultation on the European Child Guarantee
Roma and non-Roma organisations are joining together in a new network to highlight the health inequalities facing Roma communities in Europe
Analysis & Opinion
On World Children’s Day we must remember the rights of Roma girls, which have been particularly affected by COVID19
On International Roma Day, how Roma communities have been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak
All key policies should include health perspectives in order to successfully reduce health inequalities and prevent such disparities in the future.
Roma Health Network
The Roma Health Network strives to close the gap in health between Roma and non-Roma by tackling the uneven distribution of environmental and social determinants responsible for physical and mental health and wellbeing.
By our Roma Fellows
A new briefing makes the case for a new approach to tackling anti-gypsyism and improving Ronma health in Slovakia
The positive effects are already observed in local kindergartens with children showing improvement in social skills, adaptability, vocabulary and mobility.
Every child deserves to thrive
14 May 2019
The role of the EU in promoting and encouraging investment in early childhood development.
Roma contribution to a healthy Europe
12 April 2018
Antigypsysm: combating negative attitudes about Roma in Romania
6 September 2017