The Committee urges the State party to ensure that:
(a) Open and participatory consultations are held in devising and implementing the National Action Plan to address the obstacles faced by Roma to enjoy their rights, including the participation of Roma community, civil society representatives and experts on this issue, and that such a plan is made available publicly;
(b) The plan includes special measures to facilitate their access to residence registration, citizenship, education, adequate housing with legal security of tenure, employment and other economic, social and cultural rights, in accordance with general recommendation No. 27 (2000) on discrimination against Roma, as previously recommended by the Committee (CERD/C/RUS/CO/19, para. 14), and that the plan contains a particular focus on the rights of Roma women, in accordance with general recommendation No. 25 (2000) on gender-related dimensions of racial discrimination;
(c) The plan is sufficiently funded to guarantee its effectiveness.
22. Bearing in mind the indivisibility of all human rights, the Committee encourages the State party to consider ratifying those international human rights treaties which it has not yet ratified, in particular, treaties the provisions of which have a direct bearing on the subject of racial discrimination, such as (...) the 1954 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons and the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness (...)