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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.
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
The silence over Orban's anti-Roma rhetoric shames the EU | View
Brussels quick to condemn the treatment of George Floyd - why is Europe so slow to speak out on anti-Roma violence?
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.
Violent protest against Roma families in Italy triggers investigation
The Mayor of the Italian capital has called for an investigation into ugly scenes that broke out on Tuesday over the transfer of a group of Roma families to a government-run centre.
Why a Roma woman is standing for Spain's far-right Vox party
Isabel Nieto says immigration is hurting the Roma people
Roma Holocaust Memorial Day: EU commemorates 'forgotten victims'
Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, held every year on August 2, honours the murders of hundreds of thousands of Romani by the Nazi and their allies during World War II.
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.
String of attacks hit Roma settlements in Ukraine
A fatal attack on a Roma settlement near Lviv, Ukraine, left one dead and four injured last Saturday. This was the sixth attack on a Roma settlement in two months.
Rome to reduce water pressure as drought bites
One of Italy’s water distribution companies Acea has announced there will be a reduction in Rome’s water pressure in September. Pressure will be
Roma victims of Holocaust remembered in Bucharest
An exhibition has opened in the Romanian capital, attended by Roma survivors and local and foreign officials
All together now: Sweden celebrates International Roma Day
For the past 15 years, the Roma Cultural Center of Malmo, Sweden has organised a celebration of International Roma Day (April 8) in Folkets Park, the ‘People’s…
Republic of North Macedonia
Esma Redzepova, the Queen of Romany music dies at 73.
Esma Redzepova, Macedonia’s “Queen” of Romany music has died at the age of 73
Roma forced to flee violent mob in Ukraine village
In Ukraine, around a dozen Roma families have reportedly been forced to flee for their lives after locals in a small village in the region of Odessa turned…
Colosseum makeover gets the thumbs up from Italian PM Renzi
Italy has portrayed the latest phase of the restoration of Rome's Colosseum as the standard bearer for the protection of the country's vast cultural heritage.