After police were filmed kneeling on a Roma man’s neck, tensions between the marginalised minority and state have grown.
To convince Roma in Europe to take up the vaccine, governments need to take steps to build trust.
For Roma, Italy’s so-called ‘Nomad Emergency’ never really ended, it just became invisible.
Campaigners welcome move, but some in the community are fearful of discrimination and hesitant to participate.
In 2014, authorities in Geneva fined a woman $563 for begging and arrested her when she was unable to pay.
Residents of what was once the largest Roma settlement in the Baltics were ordered to demolish their homes and leave.
On August 2, 1944, German guards murdered thousands of men, women and children in the camp’s gas chambers.
The coronavirus pandemic exacerbated the ugly, systematic state violence against Romani people.
Thousands of Roma across Europe left to fend for themselves on polluted lands, new study reveals.
New effort seeks to formalise grey market recyclable waste collection and highlight Roma sustainability contribution.
Following quarantine rules is near impossible for many Roma, who do not have financial backup or job security.
A portrait of a Romanian village where many of the Roma residents must leave for Scandinavia to make a living.