The French are more tolerant but still have racist prejudices

It’s better than yesterday. Tolerance towards minorities is improving in France. But some groups remain “stigmatized”, especially the Roma populations. This is what the National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH) said on Monday July 18 in a report.

The institution calls for “Train and raise awareness” in the fight against prejudice, “from school to university” in its report on the state of racism in France. The document is submitted to the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of Diversity, Isabelle Lonvis-Rome.

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