Roma

Italy's Salvini causes outrage over Roma census plan

Far-right interior minister defends position as opposition politicians slam idea of registry as 'racist' and 'fascist'.

Italy's Salvini causes outrage over Roma census plan

Roma

Serbian Roma family fights eviction battle at ECHR

Ljubisa Selimovic's fight against eviction order indicative of 'institutional discrimination' in Balkans, activist says.

Roma family takes eviction case to European Court of Human Rights

Roma

Roma community outraged over Italy party leader's discrimination

Far-right leader routinely tweeted ethnic minority group are 'gypsy thieves' and that he will bulldoze their camps.

Roma

How is Roma activist art challenging stereotypes?

Roma often experience hate and social exclusion, but many Roma artists - especially women - are using their work to fight sexism, racism and discrimination.

How is Roma activist art challenging stereotypes?

Opinion

Remembering the Roma victims of the Holocaust

The Holocaust narrative focusing on the exclusivity of the Jewish experience is wrong - and must change.

Gina Benevento

by Gina Benevento

Gina Benevento

Human Rights

Lifting Roma voices: Europe's first Roma culture centre

New institute in Germany aims to give artists a space to 'reinvent' the image of the 12 million Roma people in Europe.

Lifting Roma voices: Europe's first Roma culture centre

Roma

Slovakia's Roma: Living on the margins

There are around a half-million Roma in Slovakia, most of whom live in impoverished slums.

Slovakia's Roma: Living on the margins

Roma

Roma: A day without racism 'is like heaven for me'

Institutional racism, unemployment and poor housing are among the hardships endured by Slovakia's half-a-million Roma.

Life in Slovakia's Roma slums: Poverty and segregation

Roma

Roma Holocaust survivor: Civil war if Le Pen wins

Raymond Gureme, 91, reflects on his time in concentration camps and warns against a far-right presidency.

Roma Raymond Gureme warns of civil war if Le Pen wins

Poverty & Development

Inside Shutka, Macedonia's only Roma-run municipality

A locality on the outskirts of the Macedonian capital Skopje is a rare outpost of Roma autonomy and security

Shutka: Inside Macedonia's only Roma-run municipality

Roma

Roma kids in Slovakia 'segregated, bullied by teachers'

Slovakia's school system riddled with institutional racism, fails to prepare for life after school, rights groups say.

Government failing to educate, integrate Roma children

Charts

Roma evictions in France

Number of Romani people forcibly evicted over the past five years.

Roma evictions in France

Roma

Thousands of Roma made homeless in France in 2016

More than six in 10 Roma families forcibly evicted as persecution against community rises, civil rights groups report.

Thousands of Roma 'made homeless' in France in 2016

Roma

Roma in Kosovo: The justice that never came

Years after the Yugoslav wars, Roma still await justice for disappeared family and those lost in 'revenge' attacks.

Roma in Kosovo: The justice that never came

Human Rights

Roma mothers in Czech Republic fight for better schools

Roma women launch campaign to end segregation in Czech schools and fight for equal opportunities for their children.

Roma mothers in Czech Republic fight for better schools