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Czech Republic: Neo-Nazis to gather 1 May in Ústí, civic initiatives protecting ghettosÚstí nad Labem, 19.4.2014 21:11, (ROMEA), [77]

Pro-Russian radicals target Roma for assault in eastern UkraineSlavyansk, Ukraine, 19.4.2014 20:25, (ROMEA), [316]

Czech Republic: Five years on, Romani arson victims still live in fearPraha/Budišov, 19.4.2014 19:12, (ROMEA), [95]

International Renaissance Foundation: Stop Ethnic Violance in Slovyansk!Slovyansk, 19.4.2014 16:46, (ROMEA), [146]

Do the Czech courts believe "black swine" is not a racist insult?České Budějovice, 19.4.2014 2:18, (ROMEA), [86]

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European Commission critiques fact that non-Czech EU citizens cannot establish parties in the Czech Republic

Brussels, 16.4.2014 21:39, (ROMEA)
The European Commission says the fact that the opportunity to join a political party and the right to establish a political party in the Czech Republic are restricted to Czech citizens only contravenes EU rules. The critique was included in a recently-published compilation of various offenses committed by the Member States against EU legislation.
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France: Document urges Paris police to "cleanse" city of Roma

Paris, 16.4.2014 17:52, (ROMEA)
An internal document evidently issued by City Hall in Paris to police stations in the wealthy neighborhoods of the capital has been leaked to the public. In the edict, City Hall urges police officers to count the number of Romani people in their areas and to "systematically displace" them from the streets.
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videoUkrainian Roma: We are against separatist tendencies and for a Europe-oriented, united Ukraine

Uzhhorod, Ukraine, 10.4.2014 23:44, (ROMEA)
On the occasion of International Romani Day on 8 April, the leaders of Romani groups from Chop, Perechin, Svaliava, Uzhgorod and Vinohradiv met with guests, journalists and representatives of the regional administration at the Transcarpathian National Minorities Cultural Center. In a joint declaration, the Transcarpathian Romani organizations stated their opposition to manifestations of discrimination and separatist tendencies, expressing their fears of an imminent military invasion.
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Andrej Giňa: Paťiv. - We Still Know What Respect Is.

Prague, 10.4.2014 22:43, (ROMANO VOĎI )
It is no exaggeration to say that without Andrej Giňa (born 1936) there would be no Romani literature. At the very least it would be deprived not only of a number of excellent texts that can absolutely be compared to the better works of Czech literature, but also of a distinctive author who brought to Romani writing an irreplaceable variety of styles, themes and topics.
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Zeljko Jovanovic, director, Roma Initiatives Office

videoJovanovic: This is a constant battle for self-definition and we are resolved to win it, as long as we live

Budapest, 10.4.2014 22:11, (ROMEA)
Forty-three years ago, the founding fathers of April 8th, gave answers to fundamental questions every nation faces at a certain point. They knew that answers they gave will not be obligatory to anyone. They knew that the answers they gave will not be imposed on us by any governmental decrees, history classes, monuments, museums, memorials, or military parades. And they also knew that these answers must be given by Roma instead of being given by somebody else.
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Czech town closes residential hotel, creates a new ghetto

Varnsdorf, 10.4.2014 20:52, (ROMEA)
A new ghetto is now arising in the northern Bohemian town of Varnsdorf. The area is filling up with people who have left a municipally-run residential hotel after the town leadership tightened the conditions for accommodation there.
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Jarmila Balážová: Petition against foreigners is cheap, hateful and populist

Prague, 10.4.2014 20:20, (ROMEA)
The opposition "Dawn of Direct Democracy" (Úsvit) movement is launching a petition for tightening EU immigration policy. According to the head of the movement, Czech MP Tomio Okamura, the petition is being launched EU-wide and its aim is to change the relevant legislation on immigration.
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