The European Union must not allow any form of racism and netolernacija said recently former UNESCO Director-General Federico Mayor.
Major Roundtable "Roma, or what it means to be European" mentioned that he was very worried because in many European countries today extremists come to power, and to present fanaticism and fascism.
"We need to remember what happened in 1937 and 1939, and mostly in 1939. It is necessary to learn lessons from the past and say 'no' to any kind of racism and intolerance," recheMajor.
He stressed the need to respect fundamental human rights, as pravtoto of respect for religion, dignity and all principles are equal for all.
In his words, Roma need political inclusion and "open arms"
He said that this meeting organized by the European Centre for Peace and Development which is important, and there is no peace without justice, and development without peace.
"Basic human rights must be the basis for policy and activities in the EU," said the former Director General of UNESCO.