The main aim of this paper is to start up a reflection process within the EURoma Network about the collection of ethnic data. It highlights the growing consensus about the importance of collecting these data and underlines the need to progress in this area in order to improve the effectiveness of policies, dispel doubts about the legality of this practice and open and stimulate an internal debate to explore the way forward.
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