Roma children attending the container primary school in the village of Muránska Dlhá Lúka are segregated in their education. The Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic has ruled on the appeal of the non-governmental organization Center for Civil and Human rights (Poradňa), which has been leading strategic court proceedings in this case since 2015. The Supreme Court agreed with its opinion that the education of Roma children in an ethnically homogeneous school close to the local disadvantaged Roma community constitutes discrimination against them on the basis of their ethnicity. It confirmed the responsibility of the defendant State, represented by the Ministry of Education, which, in its view, had failed to take sufficient preventive measures to protect against discrimination and to eliminate it.