How to set your face against the bogeyman of majority perceptions

This paper presents the communication proposals crafted based on the research findings processed across four countries by a Central and Eastern European team and acommunication-side analysis of the on-site Roma inclusion programs.
These proposals will be supplemented, as they are linked to general communication considerations that can be gleaned from media and social psychology research and an analysis of Roma media representation within the region. We strived to formulate our proposals to allow their actual implementation by users, primarily municipal and government decision-makers, by using language and illustrative examples to help identify situations. This format necessarily requires simplification, for which we provide explanations in our footnotes