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Tesla ordered to pay €118 million to ex-employee over racism claims
A former Tesla freight elevator operator suffered racists slurs at work. He's now won a case against the company of the world's third-richest man.
Indigenous rally ahead of Brazil land rights ruling
Thousands of Indigenous Brazilians from more than 170 ethnic groups demonstrated in Brasilia, ahead of the Supreme Court's landmark ruling on land rights.
Scottish islands to teach every school pupil in Gaelic
A ‘Gaelic First’ policy has been introduced to help boost the language in the Outer Hebrides where it is spoken by 52% of residents.
When was homosexuality legalised in European countries?
Germany celebrated this week 25 years of having decriminalised homosexuality. Euronews takes a look at homosexuality laws across other many European countries.
Which European countries have the best and worst LGBT rights?
A new index says law and policy advances on LGBT rights have slowed down across Europe.
Celebrations as Australia allows same-sex marriage
Only four MPs voted against the move.
Playboy's first transgender centrefold as magazine honours Hugh Hefner
Ines Rau is the first transgender model to feature on the men's magazine's centre pages.
UN fears further exodus of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh
The United Nations says it is braced for a further exodus of Muslim Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh.
Serbia's lesbian PM joins Belgrade Pride Parade
Campaigners have described the event as a test of the conservative Balkan state's rights record as it seeks to join the European Union.
Rohingyas flee Myanmar, saying army torched their homes
More than 2,600 houses have been burned down in Rohingya-majority areas of Myanmar’s northwest in the last week, the government said
Hundreds arrested as US police protests continue
Hundreds of people have been arrested in the US following fresh protests against the recent killings of two black men by police.
Thousands march through Kabul
Protesters have climbed barricades and thrown stones in a pipeline protest some say poses a major challenge to the Afghan government
Southeast Asia too has desperate migrants drowning in unfriendly waters
As Europe is preoccupied with the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean, on the other side of the world another group of desperate refugees are risking
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Roma and racism
The question this week in U-talk is “Why is racism against the Roma still so widespread in Europe?” The response comes from Jeroen Schokkenbroek
Australia: Dreamtime in Down Town
The Aboriginal communities of Australia are caught in a vortex of the ancient and modern. A modern world full of racism, unemployment, poor education
What does the EU do for Roma people?
EU and Roma For more than a thousand years, Roma people (including Travellers, Gypsies, Manouches, Ashkali, Sinti, etc.) have been an integral part