Roma Empowerment and Support for Inclusion – Case study Rome, Italy

An estimated 40,000 people from the discriminated-against Roma minority live in substandard conditions in Italy – around 9,000 of them in Rome, many in fenced camps located far from basic facilities such as health, education or play spaces. This case study shares promising practices and lessons learned from a project to promote the inclusion of Roma families with young children in Rome, carried out by Associazione 21 Luglio and ABCittà between 2012 and 2015. It is also available in Italian.