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
An exhibition has opened in the Romanian capital, attended by Roma survivors and local and foreign officials
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
Every day at 5 am Florian-Petrus Cretu gets up to sell Folk er Folk, a street magazine, in the streets of Oslo.
Thousands of people marked the Roma festival of Hidirellez in Edirne in Turkey on Friday.
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…
Russian riot police clashed with residents of a Roma settlement on Thursday in a row over access to gas. The confrontation follows reports of damage
When it comes to schooling, children can fall behind if they live in isolated or nomadic communities. This edition of Learning World looks at mobile
Representatives of Croatia’s Roma community have marked International Roma Day by meeting with the country’s president. Time for action to fight
Fears of an migrant ‘invasion’ from Romania and Bulgaria have gripped richer EU countries like the UK and Germany, now that visa restrictions for
With France recently in the firing line over its forced eviction of Roma people, Euronews went to visit Saint-Josse in Brussels, one of the Belgian
“In our school integration and inclusion happen every day. One way is to have Roma language as a working language among children. I think this is the
Generation Y goes behind the scenes with a group of young Roma artists from Slovakia at a concert in Brussels, the first time they had played outside
The mayor the Roma have voted as ‘Bulgaria’s friendliest mayor’
Mayor of Kavarna
“When I started my work as a mayor I started to
European governments are under pressure to focus on Roma integration, and Kavarna in Bulgaria is given as one example of where things are
EU and Roma
For more than a thousand years, Roma people (including Travellers, Gypsies, Manouches, Ashkali, Sinti, etc.) have been an integral part
Art and culture have always been powerful tools for empowering young people.
In Moldava nad Bodvou in eastern Slovakia, a group of Roma youngsters
Chris Burns: “The Council of Europe’s Human Rights Commissioner, Thomas Hammarberg, wraps up his six year term at the end of this month and he’s
Tony Gatlif is a man with a mission. For 35 years, Gatlif who is half Kabil (Algerian), half Gypsy, has produced and directed films about the Roma
In France, the Roma controversy is far from over. After a summer of expulsions and crackdowns on illegal camps, the European Commission has pressed
David Peña Dorantes was born into a family of Andalusian gypsy artists. They are a people closely linked to the world of flamenco.
In the Peña
Connect-R is the latest sensation to come out of the Romanian Hip-Hop scene. His latest single “Still” is a smash hit, number one in the Romanian
Hungary’s Roma people have their own particular problems compared with others of that community elsewhere in central and eastern Europe. A big
At the European Roma Rights Centre in Budapest, Hungary, against the backdrop of France’s expulsions of Roma, euronews asked the President of the
Juan de Dios Ramírez Heredia has seen much change in Spain, and along with the Spanish the Roma people have changed, too. Himself an atypical Roma
Sandra Heredia is a labour consultant at the Roma organisation Hamuradi-Falaki in Seveille: “I’m proud of being Roma. I don’t say “Hello, my name is