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The event in Budapest will bring together statisticians, national Roma contact points and practitioners from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia to discuss how monitoring of social and economic inclusion of marginalised and disadvantaged communities, in particular, Roma, at the local level can be improved. The workshop aims to facilitate knowledge transfer on methods and practical tools for tracking progress on social inclusion of vulnerable groups to improve targeting and monitoring of EU-funded social investments throughout Central and Eastern Europe in the 2014-2020 financing period.

FRA will draw on its work when presenting possible approaches to quantifying and monitoring social inclusion that complement traditional socio-economic status monitoring with a fundamental rights dimension.