|Author (Corporate)||European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights|
|Publisher||Publications Office of the European Union|
|Series Title||FRA Reports|
|Publication Date||November 2009|
This report released by the Agency highlights the case of the Roma and their particular challenges in exercising these rights. Based on the evidence of its report, the FRA advises the EU and its Member States to adopt targeted policies promoting social cohesion to ensure that all citizens can exercise their right to freedom of movement effectively.
EU citizens have the right to move and live anywhere in the European Union, provided that they meet certain conditions. This is an important right to achieve European integration and is included in the European Union Charter of Fundamental Rights (Article 45). However, FRA research shows that many Roma EU citizens settling in another Member State in search of better conditions continue to experience racism, discrimination and exclusion.
|Subject Categories||Values and Beliefs|
|Keywords||Free Movement of People
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|