Spain's Gypsy community still suffers discrimination
Back in February, the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights strongly condemned the way Spain is treating its Gypsy community. According to the UN, of the 750,000 Gypsies who live in the country, almost half of them live below the poverty line. Many members of the Gypsy community say they suffer discrimination, especially on the job market. Our correspondents report.