In the heart of Romania, a new theatre group named Giuvlepin is challenging existing stereotypes of their community
Romani People articles on Democracy Chronicles
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Remembrance of the Holocaust is time for continental soul searching for Europe’s Romani peoples
After centuries of struggle and horror of World War Two, the Romani People find peace still elusive
Modern communications technology is facilitating a 21st century reawakening of Romani Christianity and culture for a people that have suffered generations of repression and displacement across Europe
The anti-Jewish protest began on Sunday in the French capital of Paris in which Palestinians clashed with riot police in support of Palestinians in the Gaza strip. In a pro-Palestinian rally in Berlin on Tuesday, one sign said “Jew cowardly pig, come out and fight”.
Openly racist parties gain foothold in European Parliament as Europe tilts right following vote
Remembering the civilians who made up the five million non-Jews slaughtered alongside the six million Jews by Nazi Germany is to honor their lives and reflect on the great failures of humanity that permitted the Holocaust
Faced with institutionalized discrimination in voting, housing, and dozens of other areas, community is seeking political change in radicalizing nation as evident in founding of a new Roma party in Hungary
New France-based media outlet is first European TV channel for Romani people who have traditionally struggled to be heard in major media and are in need of strong advocate
Backsliding on basic human rights is a growing crisis across modern Europe as many minorities face increasing persecution across the divided continent