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Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.
Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.

View Point - "Roma: the forgotten Europeans"
Violence, poverty and widespread discrimination have made Roma communities the ''punchbags'' of Europe and victims of the region’s ''undeclared apartheid.'' These were among the conclusions reached by a panel of experts which took part in the Council of Europe’s ‘View Point’ human rights talk show.
View Point - "Roma: the forgotten Europeans"
Violence, poverty and widespread discrimination have made Roma communities the ''punchbags'' of Europe and victims of the region’s ''undeclared apartheid.'' These were among the conclusions reached by a panel of experts which took part in the Council of Europe’s ‘View Point’ human rights talk show.