Casgliadau i gloi CERD 2016, paragraff 25

Argymhelliad CU

Argymhelliad Cymreig clir

Dylai’r llywodraeth:

(a) Datblygu strategaeth (mewn ymgynghoriad gyda chymunedau Sipsiwn, Teithwyr a Roma) i ddelio gyda’r heriau maent yn wynebu mewn iechyd, addysg, tai a chyflogaeth. Sicrhau effeithiolrwydd trwy fabwysiadu cynlluniau gweithredu penodol, darparu cyllid, a monitro canlyniadau. Ystyried cyngor y Cenhedloedd Unedig ar wahaniaethu yn erbyn Roma.

(b) Darparu llety diwylliannol briodol a safleoedd stopio ar frys. Cyhoeddi ffigurau’n rheolaidd yn dangos y cynnydd mewn lleiniau ar gyfer Sipsiwn a Theithwyr a grëwyd trwy’r Gronfa Lleiniau Teithwyr.

(c) Sicrhau yr ymgynghori â chymunedau Sipsiwn a Theithwyr yn llawn cyn cyflwyno unrhyw fesurau yn effeithio arnynt (fel y Ddeddf Tai a Chynllunio 2015).

(d) Ymgynghori gyda’r bobl dan sylw cyn gwneud unrhyw newidiadau i’r diffiniad o Sipsiwn neu Deithiwr (yn cynnwys i ddibenion cynllunio). Sicrhau na effeithir yn negyddol ar eu hawliau oherwydd unrhyw newidiadau.


Argymhelliad gwreiddiol y CU

Recalling its general recommendation No. 27 (2000) on discrimination against Roma, the Committee recommends that the State party:

(a) Develop a comprehensive strategy, in consultation with members of Gypsy, Traveller and Roma communities, to ensure a systematic and coherent approach in addressing the challenges that members of these communities continue to face in the fields of health, education, housing and employment, and ensure its effective implementation by adopting specific action plans, putting in place effective oversight and monitoring mechanisms to track progress, and providing adequate human and financial resources.

(b) Ensure the provision of adequate and culturally appropriate accommodation and stopping sites as a matter of priority throughout the State party and regularly publish the net increase of pitches for Gypsies and Travellers created through the Traveller Pitch Fund.

(c) Ensure that representatives of Gypsy and Traveller communities are adequately consulted before any measures that affect their situation, such as the Housing and Planning Bill 2015, are implemented.

(d) Ensure that any changes in the definition of Gypsy or Traveller, including for planning purposes, are made with effective consultation with the Gypsy and Traveller communities and that their views are duly taken into account, and that such changes do not adversely affect their rights, including the rights of people who have stopped travelling permanently.

Dyddiad archwiliad y CU

02/10/2016

Rhif erthygl y CU

2 (general obligations), 5 (prohibition of racial discrimination; equal enjoyment of rights)

Diweddarwyd ddiwethaf ar 08/10/2019