Members of the Roma minority are disproportionately represented in schools providing less than standard education, and are disproportionately affected by the segregation in excluded settlements. Housing segregation was fuelled in the last decade by concrete municipal policies.
Since the Czech law on land in 1992 stipulated that the restitution of property once expropriated by communist regime from churches and religious assemblies will be governed by special law, nearly twenty years passed without such law being approved. Churches and religious assemblies, representing a minority in the Czech republic, remained dependent on state funding, without being returned their former assets.
On 21 September 2011, the Governmental Deputy for Human Rights submitted to the Government the Strategy on the Fight against Social Exclusion, prepared by the governmental agency for social inclusion.