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Poverty also increases domestic violence

The rise in domestic violence is an indicator of social conditions and a reflection of the patterns of behavior offered at all levels of society, according to experts, the latest statistics showing worrying numbers.

In the first half of this year, the number of domestic violence crimes increased by 16.1 percent, and domestic violence complaints increased by 3.4 percent.

"Statistics show that every time the conditions in society become more turbulent, more insecure, less certain, poorer, there is an increase in the level of aggression in general, but also in the level of domestic violence."

Social insecurity also increases the propensity for sociological pathological behaviors and tension among the population that overall creates a violent atmosphere.

The pattern of violence is ubiquitous. It starts from a family where communication is completely neglected, which is the first instance of violence. The educational process that begins here is somewhere in deep crisis.

Roma integration in Germany

For the 2014-2020 period, Germany will be allocated a total of €17.1 billion in European Social Fund (ESF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) funds.

Of this amount, at least 36.8% will be spent on the ESF, with at least 20% of that going towards the promotion of social inclusion and combating poverty.

The Council of Europe estimates that there are approximately 105,000 Roma living in Germany (0.13% of the population).

Germany promotes the integration of the Roma at the Länder and local level, as well as at the federal level.

Germany’s national Roma integration strategy is not a strategy as such, but rather an integrated set of policy measures within Germany’s social inclusion policies. In defining policies, Germany is committed to promoting equal opportunities for all disadvantaged groups, including Roma. 

Roma integration in France

For the 2014-2020 period, France will be allocated a total of €15.9 billion under the Cohesion Policy (European Social Fund and European Regional Development Fund). At least 41.7% of this amount will be spent on the ESF with at least 20% of that going towards promoting social inclusion and combating poverty. The latter could also finance Roma-related measures.

The Council of Europe estimates that there are approximately 400,000 Roma living in France (0.21% of the population).

France’s national Roma integration strategy is not a strategy as such, but rather an integrated set of policy measures within France’s social inclusion policy.

The French approach aims to eliminate poverty and social exclusion among marginalised Roma and Traveller communities, in particular through addressing education, employment, health and housing.

The human rights of Roma in Serbia continue to be brutally violated

In fact, it is the paramilitary detachment "Serbian Hour" that took the horse of a 17-year-old Roma boy who beat his horse.

They seized it, and handed it over to the Nis Zoo Planet Animal Care Society, warning the boy that it would serve as an example to other Roma if they treated their horses as well, and would take them away.

The NGO sector reacts to this arbitrariness on the "Serbian Hour" and that only state institutions, and some "paramilitary" and similar individuals, have the right to confiscate property.

Link: https://www.juznevesti.com/Drushtvo/Maloletnik-tukao-konja-Srbska-cast-mu-ga-oduzela-vaninstitucionalno-sprovodjenje-zakona.sr.html?fbclid=IwAR0B4zXmigvha44puaE6swgaEl8TgOkSVtDSjEa4YOQs3rB_WC2HAd0l87Y

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