Published in: Home: OpinionWhy is discrimination against American Roma ignored?
A community of one million people has been left out of the US’s belated national reckoning with racism. It’s time to...
The shameful resurgence of violent scapegoating in a time of crisis
Racist scapegoating of outsiders in times of epidemic is a strategy with an ancient pedigree.
Published in: HomeRoma and Dalit experiences of persecution pave way for solidarity
Roma and Dalit communities in Europe and India suffer unjustifiable discrimination. We need to bring this to light...
‘The best Roma in the village is the Roma who works as a servant’
On this year's International Roma Day, three writers reflect on how Roma slave labour was used to help build...
Integrated education in Europe: privilege or right?
This international human rights day, the deep-rooted stereotype that implies that Romani families do not value...
The end of a decade: what happened to Roma inclusion?
Ten years ago the Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005-2015 was launched. Now that the Decade has been formally closed, it...