Publication date: 19 July 2018

EU-MIDIS II - Transition from education to employment of young Roma in nine EU Member States (823.12 KB)

Tackling exclusion, discrimination and anti-Gypsyism is key to achieving this, leading to better job security, benefits and income. There are other significant indicators highlighted in this report: socio-economic factors and socio-demographic factors. Ultimately, whether Roma are in education or employment, and whether their occupations can be described as so-called “decent work”, depends on a multitude of factors.