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Lívia Járóka

Romeo Franz (left), Lívia Járóka (center) and Peter Pollák (right) (Collage: Romea.cz)
Romeo Franz (left), Lívia Járóka (center) and Peter Pollák (right) (Collage: Romea.cz)

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Emiliya Dancheva: Can we trust the European Parliament if its members are deaf and blind to anti-Gypsyism in Bulgaria?

9.5.2018 6:55 One year ago, the leader of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party, Mr Boyko Borissov, became Prime Minister of Bulgaria for the third time since 2009, forming an unprecedented ruling coalition with nationalistic and xenophobic parties (VMRO, ATAKA and NFSB).  full story

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videoEP Vice President Lívia Járóka for ROMEA TV: There are more Romani MEPs than people realize

28.4.2018 11:02 "Our biggest challenge is to keep our children in the best education," said Lívia Járóka, first-ever Roma Vice President of the European Parliament (EP), in an interview for the Roma internet television station ROMEA TV. Speaking in Brussels during EU Roma Week, the EP Vice President said that her biggest success to date has been the adoption of the European Union's Roma Strategy.

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videoHungarian MEP Járóka discusses Roma issues on BBC's "Hard Talk"

Brussels, 25.2.2014 18:35, (ROMEA) Speaking on the BBC's "Hard Talk" interview program on 20 February, Hungarian MEP Lívia Járóka said the EU needs to do more to address poverty in Romani communities. Járóka, who represents the Fidesz Party, is the EP's only Romani member.  full story

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Romani "Obama" fights for rights at the European Parliament

Brussels, Belgium, 30.10.2013 16:45, (ROMEA) The Czech Republic is being shaken by anti-Romani unrest, France is deporting Romani people from eastern Europe and Britain and Germany are reporting similar problems. More and more politicians are playing the anti-Romani card and voters are rewarding them.  full story

Lívia Járóka

Lívia Járóka: The situation of the most disadvantaged communities must be dealt with on the upcoming Council Summit

Brussel, 27.10.2012 21:37, (ROMEA) In her one minute speech MEP Lívia Járóka welcomed the European Council's commitment towards boosting employment and social inclusion and expressed her hope that the upcoming summit in November would reinforce the proposals aiming at the most disadvantaged communities.  full story




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