Luminata: 'I want a future for my children, not a life on the move'

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In contrast to the controversial French government policy of organising mass expulsions of Roma, local authorities in the Greater Paris Region run social reinsertion camps aimed at integrating them into more stable social conditions. In the second of our five-part series, 24 year-old Romanian Rom and mother-of-two, Luminata Lakatos, explains how the reinsertion project is helping to bring yearned-for stability to her and her family, after eight years on the move.

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In contrast to the controversial French government policy this summer of organising mass expulsions of Roma, local authorities in the Greater Paris Region run