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Improving access to quality social and healthcare services
Common European guidelines and a toolkit on the use of EU funds for the transition from institutional to community-based care will be launched on 20 November in Brussels.

Inequalities and multiple discrimination in healthcare

Inequalities and multiple discrimination in healthcare
In brief / Factsheet
February
2012
A factsheet on FRA's multiple discrimination project.

Migrants in an irregular situation: access to healthcare in 10 European Union Member States

Migrants in an irregular situation: access to healthcare in 10 European Union Member States
Report / Paper / Summary
October
2011
This report explores the access to healthcare granted to irregular migrants in 10 EU Member States. It focuses on migrants who are present in an irregular situation, namely those who do not fulfil conditions for entry, stay or residence.

The fundamental rights of migrants in an irregular situation in the European Union

The fundamental rights of migrants in an irregular situation in the European Union
In brief / Factsheet
November
2011
International and European human rights law impose an obligation on EU Member States to guarantee human rights to all individuals within their jurisdiction. This includes irregular migrants.

Respect for and protection of persons belonging to minorities 2008-2010

Respect for and protection of persons belonging to minorities 2008-2010
Report / Paper / Summary
September
2011
This report examines what the Treaty of Lisbon means for the protection of minorities, and the policies the EU has recently adopted in this field. It provides evidence of the still persistent phenomenon of discrimination found in many areas of life, including employment, housing, healthcare and education.

Breaking the Barriers - Romani Women and Access to Public Health Care

Breaking the Barriers - Romani Women and Access to Public Health Care
Report / Paper / Summary
January
2003
This Report is the central part of a project which the Agency jointly conducted with the OSCE High Commissioner on National Minorities and the Council of Europe's Migration and Roma/Gypsy Division.