Copenhangen (1990) (excerpts)

Copenhagen 1990 (excerpts)

(40) The participating States clearly and unequivocally condemn totalitarianism, racial and
ethnic hatred, anti-semitism, xenophobia and discrimination against anyone as well as persecution
on religious and ideological grounds. In this context, they also recognize the particular
problems of Roma (gypsies).
They declare their firm intention to intensify the efforts to combat these phenomena in all
their forms and therefore will
(…)

(40.2) - commit themselves to take appropriate and proportionate measures to protect persons
or groups who may be subject to threats or acts of discrimination, hostility or violence
as a result of their racial, ethnic, cultural, linguistic or religious identity, and to protect their
property;