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Greece calls for calm amid protests against Roma police shooting
A 16-year-old Roma boy is in critical condition after being shot in the head by police near Thessaloniki.
Violent protests in Greece after police shoot teenager in head
The 16-year-old Roma boy was shot by police in the northern city of Thessaloniki, after allegedly not paying a €20 bill at a petrol station.
Flamenco, gender and tradition: The Roma musician breaking stereotypes
Noelia Heredia is a Spanish musician who plays the cajón, a box-shaped percussion instrument traditionally played by men. For her, music is life: "without flamenco, without singing and without music, I think I would die."
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.
New film celebrates Charlie Chaplin's Romani background
Friday, April 8 is International Romani Day. As Roma advocacy groups raise the alarm over discrimination on the Ukrainian border, Euronews looks back at a surprising cultural icon who had a stark message on the treatment of minorities in his own time.
Roma actress smashes stigma in Bucharest Theatre's one-woman-show
Growing up Alina Serban didn't see herself represented on television, in movies or books. Shunned from the cultural mainstream, she is taking matters into her own hands.
Sotheby's third 'Stone' series centres on Italy, mixing old with new
Bidding for the 'Stone III' sale closes on Wednesday evening and can be followed online.
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."
EU climate measures must not leave the vulnerable behind | View
Marginalised groups like the Roma people are disproportionately affected by climate change. They have to be included in the response, not harmed by it, writes the Open Society Foundations' Zeljko Jovanovic
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.
Meet Hungary's 'last' Roma fortuneteller
Fortuneteller Zoltan Sztojka is working to preserve his culture's traditions that are slowly vanishing in the Central European count.
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
Centuries of discrimination still run deep for Roma in Europe | View
New analysis finds that in the Western Balkans, 60% of young Roma people do not attend upper secondary school, writes UNESCO's Manos Antoninis
Without access to online teaching, Roma children’s education has been put on hold by COVID-19 ǀ View
Without access to technology to take part in online classes, Roma children are disproportionately being forced to abandon their education during lockdowns - and with it, their best chance at improving their futures.