Yes, the Employability Measures Program in Hungary force Roma into labor camps, because they feel that they do not have any other options. The Emploayability Measures Program is not flexible. The situation with the Roma in Hungary cannot be fixed with simple, inflexible legislation. It might be an honest attempt, but the Employability Measures Program has unfortunate consequences.
The Employability Measures Program is based on the level of a person's skills, training and abilities. The Roma people have no formal training that would make them acceptable to an employer. They also do not have marketable skills. This puts them in a position where the labor camps are the only thing left to them.
Historically, the Roma have been a highly mobile population. While their lifestyle may appear strange and chaotic to those outside of their culture, it is their chosen way of life. Forcing them to adhere to the standards of the greater society will change their way of life irreparably. The prime reason behind the measure is fear of the Roma and crime and that is not an acceptable justification for destroying a culture.
No employment measures programs are not forcing Roma in labor camps . yes , its true that the
government is trying to give social assistance to help with the employment conditions
by generating public work programs . Its a good attempt to by the government .Given the
sociological and economic conditions for Roma in recent times , this should help .
I do not think that the Employability Measures Program in Hungary force Roma into labor camps. I think the program helps the people of Roma more than it hurts them actually. I think the only reason that it is being claimed that the program is negative is because of politics.