According to the 2011 Population Census in Croatia, 16,975 persons declared themselves as members of the Roma national minority. This number does not reflect the real situation. According to the estimate by the
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relate to formal education for their children. Thus, the concepts of social structure and agency are used as analytical tools. 2 In the following, “mothers/women” and “children/adolescents” will refer to persons belonging to the Roma national minority
within the kingdom by passing into law a "mini-compromise", the so-called Nagodba of 1868. This arrangement, however, was embraced by only a minority of Croatian politicians, and the Hungarian government had often violated at least the spirit, if not