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France: the "Written Comments of the European Roma Rights Centre Concerning France," to the United Nations Human Rights Council for its January - February 2018, periodic review of France, notes:
1. In France more than 21,537 Roma were victims of forced eviction in 2013.
2. There were 13,483 forced evictions of Roma in 2014.
3. There were 11,128 in 2015.
4. There were 10,119 in 2016.
The continuing forced evictions violate rights assured by French domestic law and U.N. Covenant rights to housing and protection against forced eviction. The evictions substantially lower Romani children's access to education. France's policy of evicting Roma, the lack of European resistance to intolerance of Roma peoples, continues a genocide warning
for Roma peoples and a way of life which historically provides a survival mechanism for the poor (ie. ). See previous.

J.B.Gerald, Gerald and Maas

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