The Roma are recognized to form the largest ethnic minority in Europe with an estimated number of 10 to 12 million people, from which nearly 6 million Roma live in the EU member states. Currently, there is an estimative population of 200,000 Roma migrants living in the UK (Brown, Martin and Scullion, 2013).

Various researches exposed that Roma migrants living in Britain have a long history of social disadvantage across various sectors such as: poor living conditions, reduced access to healthcare, insecure employment; labour exploitation, education, lifestyles, community cohesion, stigma, prejudice and discrimination. 

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