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The Romani settlement of Stráňany in the town of Michalovce, Košice Region, Slovakia (2012). [PHOTO:   Lukáš Houdek]
The Romani settlement of Stráňany in the town of Michalovce, Košice Region, Slovakia (2012). [PHOTO: Lukáš Houdek]

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Czech sociologist refutes President's allegations about Romani unemployment, agrees with ROMEA

8.10.2018 19:12 Czech President Miloš Zeman has doubled down on his insinuations about Romani people not working when responding to the hundreds of photographs posted to Facebook by Romani people showing themselves on the job. Speaking on Friday, he called the photos an initiative by just "one-tenth" of the country's Romani population.  full story

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Romani NGOs around Europe ask why the OSCE is researching alleged radicalization of their communities in Serbia

18.7.2018 15:16 Representatives of Romani organizations from around Europe have contacted the head of the OSCE's mission to Serbia to express their alarm over the 10 July 2018 announcement of a search for a “Researcher on Radicalization among the Roma Community in Serbia”. The Romani representatives say they are deeply concerned about the growing insecurity of Roma in Europe as a result of extremist antigypsyism in a number of OSCE participating States.


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Romani music celebrity supports "Go For Your Dream" project at Czech shopping centers

4.6.2018 8:49 The Chodov and Černý Most shopping centers in the Czech capital, in collaboration with the Yourchance o.p.s. nonprofit organization, are implementing a project called "Go For Your Dream" ("Jdi za svým snem") this year. Continuing a successful pilot begun last year, it aims to aid young people with finding enjoyable employment and supporting their future careers.  full story

Berlaymont Building in Brussels (Entrance): Houses the European Commission (PHOTO: Matthias v.d. Elbe, Wikimedia Commons)

European Commission reports Roma six times more likely to be poor in the Czech Republic than non-Roma

5.3.2017 8:25 The European Commission has published an analysis of the economic situation in the EU Member States, finding that while the Czech Republic is assessed relatively favorably from the perspective of economic indicators, there are several structural problems limiting the country's potential. Those problems are, for example, education, employment, and the social situation of some disadvantaged population groups.  full story




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