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If a crime has been committed in Greece, and this is still by no means clear, those who committed it should be treated as individuals, not as representatives of their ethnicity," the Budapest-based European Roma Rights Centre said in a statement.
The public interest group European Roma Rights Centre ("ERRC") submitted a complaint to the European Commission, alleging that the expulsions were ethnically based because they targeted Roma and therefore violated the Directive.
Robert Kushen Executive Director, European Roma Rights Centre Budapest, Hungary
The European Roma Rights Centre is an international public interest law organization designed to counter anti-Romani racism and human rights abuses of the Roma, and it tracks significant cases germane to their mission.
Represented by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), the Croatian Helsinki Committee, and local attorney Lovorka Kusan, the case went to the European Court in 2004.
Research by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) in Budapest shows that Roma students in this region are 27 times more likely than similarly situated non-Roma to be placed in 'special' schools for children with learning disabilities.
One of those is the European Roma Rights Centre, which is where Claude Cahn works.
Tanya Peric, a Bosnian whose father is Croatian and mother Serbian, was twice a refugee of the Balkan wars and now works to protect the rights of Europe's gypsy minority at the European Roma Rights Centre in Budapest.