It also highlighted growing racism in the education sphere.Almost one in three Black or ethnic minority respondents said they had experienced discrimination while house-hunting, starting with real estate and housing agencies and extending to locals and individual landlords. That was double over the previous report in 2013,
Discrimination in the educational sector increased by more than 50% from 2013, with one in five respondents saying they had endured insults, assault and racist jokes from fellow students, and been excluded from games and activities.People from sub-Saharan Africa and Spain's Roma community, known locally as Gitano, experienced the highest levels of racism based on their physical aspect - 82% and 71% for the respective demographics.
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Palalabasin din bang Pasista , Diktador ng mga HUMAN RIGHTS groups kuno ang namumuno sa gobyerno nila?