Czech Republic is accused of racial segregation in schools

01/13/2010 | BBC

Amnesty International is calling for an end to what it says is racial segregation in Czech Republic schools, accusing the country of sending gypsy children to schools for pupils with mental disabilities. In the past, Czech Republic officials have denied discriminating against Roma children.

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