The participants of the camp were not just Roma
, but more generally young people with backgrounds suggesting exclusion or disadvantage," Maria Potoarova Rybariova, senior manager of Dive Maky, told The Slovak Spectator.
In this way, they showed that through this kind of activism it is possible to create positive stories and a better life for the Roma
Nevertheless, there is, at least in some of the cases, the evidence of a direct connection between the ethnical violence, namely harassment by local police officers and migration (Manuc, 2012: 35-37), evidence, as accounts of Roma
families from Romania living in Eisenhuttenstadt, Germany, documented for UNHCR.
Cases of emergency medical services failing to respond in an efficient manner the assistance requests of the Roma
were reported all over Europe.
In April, the Council of European Bishops' Conferences marked International Roma
Day by deploring the Roma
's continued mistreatment and urging Christians to do more to ease their plight.
children are segregated in schools and familiesmoved into ghettos, located in areas where no-one wants to live such as beside rubbish and chemical waste dumps Alexandra Bahor on the plight of the Roma
In addition, when private economic activities, especially after the 1976 Constitution were punished by law, many Roma
carried on small businesses, which included the purchase of horses, craft items and other products they bought in the city and sold in village and vice versa, playing the role of mediator between urban and rural areas (Courthiade M.
Though the Roma
in Cyprus do not live in encampments, their access to private housing is severely limited.
He recalled that in 2010 the government held a workshop on the Roma
and the problems they face, "We held this workshop, because we know that a mentality that treats the Roma
as if they don't exist doesn't contribute anything to this country," said Bozday-.
have been so enthralled with his displays that (http://www.
The children in Ireland were quickly returned to their families after DNA testing confirmed that the Roma
were their parents.
In a recent European Union document entitled "Framework for National Roma
Integration Strategies up to 2020," the EU estimates there to be 10-12 million Roma
in Europe, making them Europe's largest ethnic minority.