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Bibliográfia és dokumentumok

Általános

Liégeois, J-P. – Gheorghe, N.: Roma/Gypsies, 2000: a European Minority. Minority Rights Group International, London, 1995. CIA Fact Book, 2000.

Liegeois, J-P.: School Provision for Ethnic Minorities: The Gypsy Paradigm. Centre de recherche tsiganes, University of Hertfordshire Press, 1998.

Liegeois, J-P. – Gheorghe, N.: Roma/Gypsies: A European Minority. Minority Rights Group International, London, 1995.

Liegeois, J-P.: Roma, Gypsies, Travellers. Council of Europe, Stassbourg, 1994.

McDonald, C. – Kovacs, J. – Fenyes, Cs.: The Roma Education Resource Book vol. 2. Open Society Institute, Institute for Educational Policy. Bp., 2001.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

National Statistical Institute, Bulgaria 1994: Population Account 1994.
http://www.nsi.bg/

OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe), 2000: Report on the Situation of ROma and Sinti in the OSCE Area.

Ringold, d.: Education of the Roma in Central and Eastern Europe: Trends and Challanges. In McDonald, C. – Kovacs, J. – Fenyes, Cs.: The Roma Education Resource Book. vol. 2. OSI-IEP, Bp., 2001.

Save the Children Fund, 2001: Denied a future? The right to education for Roma/Gypsy and Traveller children in Europe 2001.

Tong, D. (ed.): Gypsies: An Interdisciplinary Reader. Garland Publisher, New York, 1998.

United Nations, 2002: Barriers to the Education of Roma in Europe.
ERRC http://www.errc.org/

UNESCO IBE (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – International Bureau of Education): World Data on Education.
http://unesco.org/education/information/

Vail, John: Discrimination in Education? Some thoughts on American Law and Experience. Roma Rights, Summer 1998. pp. 37.

Spanyolország

Abajo Alcalde José‚ Eugenio: Escolarización de los niyos gitanos, la el desconcierto de los mensajes doble-vinculares y la apuesta por los vinculos sociales y afectivos. Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales, Madrid, 1997.

Centro de investigación, documentación y evaluación (cide), 1991: Situación social y participacion educativa de los más desfavorecidos (minorias etnicas: gitanos). Ministerio de Educacion y Ciencia. En: Estudio descriptivo sobre las desigualdades en la escolarización y acceso a la formación (IV)/cide.

Encuentro sobre investigación en educación intercultural (II. 1995. Granada), 1995: Centro de investigación y documentación educativa (mec). Il encuentro sobre investigación en educación intercultural (Granada, 9-11. mayo 1995).

Esteban, Teresa: escuela y la comunidad gitana, la en: Segundas jornadas de estudio sobre servicios sociales para la comunidad gitana. pp. 147–156. Asociación Secretariado General Gitano, Madrid, 1988.

Federación secretariado general gitano, 2002: evaluación de la normalización educativa del alumnado gitano en educación primaria.

Fernandez Enguita Mariano: Escuela y etnicidad: el caso del pueblo gitano. Centro de Investigaciones y Documentación Educativa, Madrid, 1996.

Fresno Garcia José‚ Manuel: Asociación secretariado general gitano. La normalización educativa de los niños gitanos. En: Nuestra escuela. N. 146. diciembre 1993. pp. 26–30.

Liegeois Jean-Pierre: Centre de recherches tsiganes. Editorial presencia gitana. Minoría y Escolaridad: El paradigma gitano. Presencia gitana, Madrid, 1998.

Liegeois Jean-Pierre/dir.: Comisión de las comunidades Europeas. Escolarización de los niños gitanos y viajeros, la: informe de sintesis. Oficina de publicaciones oficiales de las comunidades Europeas, Luxemburgo, 1987.

Murillo, F. J. et al.: La investigación española en educación intercultural. Revista de educación, 1996, 307, pp. 199–216.

Rincon Atienza Pedro: La situación de las minorías étnicas en el estado español y sus repercusiones y posibilidades de actuación en el campo educativo. En: Boletin de la fere, N.ş 365. Febrero 1993. pp. 21–33.

Santos, Monserrat: Cultural diversity: equal opportunities? European Journal of Education. 1999, 34/4 pp. 437.

Nagy–Britannia

Auckland, R.: The educational needs of new traveller children: findings of the Travellers’ School Charity reserach project, YAPP charitable foundation, 2000.

Acton, T. – Mundy, G.: Romani culture and Gypsy identity. University of Hertfordshire Press, 1997.

Beltrami, Paul: Peterborough conference, report. Newsletter no. 5, 2002.
http://www.czechia.com/hcaroma/newpage16.htm/

Bhopal, K. B. – Gundara, J. – Owen, C.: Working Towards Inclusive Education: Aspects of Good Practice for Gypsy Traveller Children. DfEE, 2000.

DfEE, 1999: Traveller education – annual report 1997–8, London.
http://www.dfee.gov.uk/

DfEE–OFSTED, 1999: Raising the attainment of minority ethnic pupils.

in: Lloyd, Stead, Joirdan: Travellers at School: The experience of Parents, Pupils, and Teachers. STEP, Edinburgh, 1999.

Gentleman, H. – Swift, S.: Counting Travellers in Scotland. Scottish Office Central Reearch Unit, Edinburgh, 1993.

Jordan, E.: From interdependence to Dependence and independence: home and school learning for traveller children. Childhood, 2001. 8/1.

Kenrick, D. – Clark, C.: Moving On: The Gypsies and Travellers of Britain. University of Hertfordshire Press, Hartfield, 1999.

Kenrick, D.: The Education of Romanies and other Travellers in England and Wales. In: Roma Rights, 1998 summer.

Macpherson Report
http://www.official-documents.co.uk/document/cm42/4262/4262.htm/

OFSTED, 1996: The education of travelling children.
http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/

OFSTED, 2001: The education of travelling children. A survey of educational provision for travelling children. A report from the Office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools.
http://www.ofsted.gov.uk/

Save the Children Fund, 2001: Denied a future? The right to education for Roma/Gypsy and Traveller children in Europe. The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. 205–301. pp.

School of Education, Cardiff University – Safe the Children Wales 1998: Traveller Children and Educational Need.

Smith, T.: Recognising difference: the Romani ’gypsy’ child socialisation and education process. British Journal of the Sociology of Education, 1997, 189/2. 243. p.

STEP, 1996: Inclusive Education for Secondary Age Travellers. Moray House, Edunburgh, 1996.
http://www.education.ed.ac.uk/step/index.html/

Waterson, M.: „I want more than green leaves for my children”. Some developments in Gyspy/Traveller education 1970–96. In: Acton, T.–Mundy, G.: Romani culture and Gypsy identity. University of Hertfordshire Press, 1997.

Csehország

Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination: Concluding observation og the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination: Czech Republic

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1996: Ex Post Facto Problems of the Czech Citizenship Law.

Crowe, D.: A History of the Gypsies of Eastern Europe and Russia.

London, Tauris Publishers, 1995.

Czech Helsinki Committee, 1997: Report on the State of Human Rights in the Czech Republic 1996.

Canek, D.: Ethnic minorities in Czech Schools, 1945–1998.

London McMillan. publ. forthcoming

Dobal, V. 1998: Report on the Situation of the Romany Community in the Czech Republic.
http://www.cts.cuni.cz/~dobal/report/index.html/

EU Progress Report, 2000.
http://europa.eu.int/comm/enlargement/index.htm/

European Roma Right Center, 1999: A Special remedy: Roma and Schools for the Mentally Handicapped in the Czech Republic. ERRC, Country Report Series, 1999.

Government of the Czech Republic, 2000: Report of the Inter-Ministerial Commission for Romani Community Affairs.

Government of the Czech Republic, 2001: Report on Human Rights Education in the Czech Republic.

Governmentt of the Czech Republic, 1997: Resolution of the Government of the Czech Republic of 29th October, 1997 No. 686 on the report on the situation of the Romani community in the Czech Republic and on the present situation in the Romani community.

Guy, Will.: Ways of looking at Roma: The Case of Czechoslovakia.

In: Tong, D. (Ed.): Gypsies: An Interdisciplinary Reader. Garland Publisher, New York, 1998.

Helsinki Watch, 1991: Struggling for Ethnic Identity: Czechoslovakia’s Endangered Gypsies. New York Human Rights Watch.

Hübschmanova, M.: Czech School and „Romipen”. The core identity of a Rom child. In: The Roma Education Resource Book. Vol. 1. OSI Institute for Educational Policy, Bp., 1998.

Institute for Educational Policy 2001: Research on Selected Roma Education Programs In Central and Eastern Europe. Final Report. IEP, 2001.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Institute for Educational Policy 2000: Breaking the Spiral: a Roma Education Intiative.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Institute for Educational Policy 1999: Multicultural Education and the Education of Minority Pupils. Policy Paper, draft, 1999.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Research Directorate: Roma in the Czech Republic: Education. Ottawa, Canada, 1997.

Levin, B.: Cost and Effects of the Step by Step Roma Special School Initiative. Report for discussion. Unpublished, OSI, Bp., 2001.

Nova Skola: The Romani Education Programme of the New School Foundation.
http://nova.skola@ecn.cz/
http://www.sbscr.cz/

Stroehlein, Andrew: A School unlike any other. In: The New Presence, 1998 summer.
http://errc.org/

Rona, S.–Lee, L. E.: School Success for Roma Children. Step by Step Special School Initiative. Interim Report. Step by Step Association, OSI, Bp., 2001.

Szlovákia

Cangar, J.: Up-bringing and Education of Roma. State Pedagogical Institute, Bratislava.

European Commision against Racism and Intolerance, 2000: Second Report on Slovakia.
http://www.ecri.com/

European Commision 2000: Evaluation Report of the European Commission. Chapter on Minority Rights and Protection of Minorities. November 2000.

Education of National Minorities in the Slovak Republic. State Pedagogical Institute. For discussion in the Council of Europe, 1996.

ERRC, 1997: Tim of the Skinheads: Denial and Exclusion of Roma in Slovakia.
http://errc.org/

Foundation for Romany Child: Educational Centers Project

Government of the Slovak Republic 1999: Strategy of the Government of the Slovak Republic for the solution of the problems of the Roma national minority and the set of measures for its implementation, stage 1. Bratislava, 1999.

Institute for Educational Policy 2001: Research on Selected Roma Education Programs In Central and Eastern Europe. Final Report. IEP, Bp., 2001.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Institute for Information and Prognoses in Education, 1999: Analyses of schooling non-success of pupils from linguistically disadvantaged and neglected environment.

Koncokova, E.: Wide Open School. In: The Roma Education Resource Book. Vol. 1. OSI Institute for Educational Policy, Bp., 1996.

Levin, B.: Cost and Effects of the Step by Step Roma Special School Initiative. Report for discussion. Unpublished, OSI, Bp,. 2001.

Lenczova, M et al.: Identification of successful Roma projects and principles aimed at the solution of the problems of the Roma community in the Slovak Republic. Draft version, 2000.

Magdolenova, K.: Slovak society seems not to be prepared for solving the Romany Question. Romano Nevo Lil, 2000, No. 448.

Ministry of Labor, Social Affairs and Family of the Slovak Republic, 1997: The Government of the Slovak Republic’s conceptual objectives in solving Gypsies’ problem in present socio-economic conditions.

Rona, S. – Lee, L. E.: School Success for Roma Children. Step by Step Special School Initiative. Interim Report. Step by Step Association, OSI, Bp., 2001.

State Pedagogical Institute 2000: Research on the assurance of the effectiveness of „zero classes” for Romani children.

Stábova, D.: Draft agenda and programme for the Conference on Current Irregular Roma Migration for EU memberstates. International Organization for Migration.

Wide Open School Foundation.
http://www.skoladoktoran.sk/

Bulgária

Central Intelligence Agency 1999: The World Fact Book 1999. Bulgaria.
http://www.odci.gov/cia/publications/factbook/

Council of Ministers of the Bulgarian Government, 1999: Framework for a Program for Equal Integration of Roma in Bulgarian Society.

ERRC–OSI-RPP, 2001: The Desegregation of Romani Schools. Conference Report. European Roma Rights Center and Open Society Institute, Roma Participation Program.

Institute for Educational Policy 2001: Research on Selected Roma Education Programs In Central and Eastern Europe. Final Report. IEP, Bp., 2001.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Kyuchukov, K.: Projects in Romani Education: Bulgaria. In: ERRC, Roma Rights, 1998 summer.

Levin, B.: Cost and Effects of the Step by Step Roma Special School Initiative. Report for discussion. Unpublished, OSI, Bp., 2001.

Marushiakova, E. – Popov, V.: The Gypsy Minority in Bulgaria – Policy and Community Development. In: McDonald, C. – Kovacs, J. – Fenyes, Cs.: The Roma Education Resource Book vol. 2. Open Society Institute, Institute for Educational Policy, Bp., 2001.
http://www.osi.hu/iep/

Marushiakova, E.: Ethnic Identity among Gypsy Groups in Bulgaria. In: Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society (Ser. 5), 1992.

Marushiakova, E. – Popov: Gypsy (Roma) in Bulgaria. Peter Lang, Franfurt am Main–Berlin–Bern–New York–Paris–Wien, 1997.

Penn, Helen: Integrated Education in Bulgaria: Situational Analysis. Commissioned by SCF UK, 1999.

Step by Step Program Foundation Bulgaria.
http://www.stepbystep.bitex.com/

Rona, S. – Lee, L. E.: School Success for Roma Children. Step by Step Special School Initiative. Interim Report. Step by Step Association, OSI, Bp., 2001.

Save the Children Fund, 1999: Denied a future?, 2001, UNICEF report: Out of School Youth in Bulgaria.

Tanaka, Jenifer – McDonlad, Christina: Roma in the Educational System of Bulgaria – a Problem Analysis. Institute for Educational Policy, OSI, Bp., 2001.

Tomova, Ilona, 1995: The Gypsies in the Transition Period. International Center for Minority Studies and Intercultural Relations.

UNESCO: Education For All 2000 Assessment – Country Report, Bulgaria.

Prepared by the National Institute for Education at the Ministry of Education and Science.
http://www2.unesco.org/efa/countryreportsbulgaria.html/

Vassileva, S.: Things a teacher can’t forget – Notes by a Romani teacher in a majority dominated Bulgarian school. In: ERRC, Roma Rights, 1998 summer.

Zang, T.: Destroying Ethnic Identity. The Gypsies of Bulgaria.

A Helsinki Watch Report. New York, 1991.

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