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MEPs call for better funding to integrate and support Roma communities
A resolution has urged member states to address the poverty and discrimination faced by Roma people.
Slovenian locals urge authorities to tackle crime in Roma settlement
Slovenian authorities have now started to implement intensive controls, with the help of horseback units and Roma police officers.
Hungarian design studio highlights Roma culture as an act of defiance
Romani Design was started by the Varga sisters when they feared their traditions were disappearing after centuries of oppression.
Slovakia apologises for forced sterilisations of Roma women
Thousands of Roma women were forced into sterilisation in Slovakia dating back to the Communist rule of 1966.
Meet the Roma girl band empowering women and challenging stereotypes
"The message we send is that a girl should be independent, strong, believe in herself, and have a goal and not marry early."
Greek police accused of 'possible racism' over shooting of Roma man
The Hellenic League of Human Rights says the police shooting last month has "highlighted a number of long-standing serious issues".
Czech police maintain officers not resposnible for Roma man's death
The death of the Stanislav Tomáš has stoked divisions between Czech authorities and the Roma minority community, who reject the official autopsies.
The story of Roma women's forced sterilisation in central Europe
Forced sterilisation of Roma women happened in the Czech Republic and its predecessor, Czechoslovakia, over four decades. Now, finally, victims can ask for compensation.
Europe's silence over Stanislav Tomas clouds Roma memorial day | View
"The silence of our political leaders in Europe to his death stood in contrast to the vocal statements that surrounded the death of George Floyd, in Minneapolis, last year."
'Czech your racism': Hundreds honor Stanislav Tomas in Bucharest
Tomas died after being violently arrested by police in the Czech Republic
Why the #VanLife trend is hurting Gypsy, Roma & Traveller communities
While there are over 555,000 caravans in use in the UK, an estimated 23,000 of these belong to Travellers.
Has Europe’s largest ethnic minority been forgotten over COVID jabs?
Slovakia is currently the only EU nation to recognise its Roma community as an at-risk group in its vaccination campaign despite Romani being more likely than the general population to suffer from cardiovascular diseases and other chronic diseases.
New EU framework 'will not solve' plight of Roma people, says activist
New EU framework 'will not solve' plight of Roma people in Europe, says activist
Italy's Matteo Salvini accused of racism after 'dirty gypsy' comments
Italian social media users have said Interior Minister Matteo Salvini is "out of control" following a recent Twitter post in which he referred to a Romani woman as a "dirty gypsy".
Watch: Roma circus struggles to pitch its tent amid rise of far right
During a far-right rally held in 2015 near the site, "aggressive skinheads" blocked the circus tents' doors and asked performers if they were French and Christian.
Republic of North Macedonia
This is the only district in Europe where Roma are the majority
The current Macedonian government, in power since May 2017, has committed to paying more attention to the needs of Roma — but mutual suspicion remains.
Salvini pushes for census of Roma people in Italy
The Italian Interior minister wants numbers on the ethnic group's population in the country, while the new League/Five-Star Movement coalition is calling for the closure of illegal Roma camps.
View: Five reasons why you should care about statelessness
If we don’t work to ensure that everyone in Europe and the world has a nationality, this purely man-made problem will continue to be passed from one generation to the next, writes UNHCR's Aikaterini Kitidi
Roma victims of Holocaust remembered in Bucharest
An exhibition has opened in the Romanian capital, attended by Roma survivors and local and foreign officials
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Who are the Roma people?
When putting together a Right On episode for Euronews on the Roma community I actually realised that there is a lot of confusion about exactly who