At the beginning of November 2018 an archaeological survey was conducted near the alleged location of the mass graves containing some of the victims of what was called the "Gypsy Camp" at Lety, as well as a geophysical survey near the grounds of the former camp. (PHOTO: ROMEA TV)
Czech archaeological samples yet to find exact location of victims' mass grave at Romani genocide site12.11.2018 18:07 full story
videoEuropean Grassroots Antiracist Movement postpones involvement by internationals in Lety commemoration4.5.2017 12:23 Romani people from all over Europe who were planning to attend the commemorative ceremony on 13 May at Lety u Písku to honor the memory of the Romani victims of the
Holocaust are reportedly postponing their visit until 24 June. The announcement of the Czech Government that it plans to resign is the reason given for the decision by Benjamin Abtan, head of the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM), who originally planned to bring MEPs and MPs to the annual ceremony on 13 May. full story
Czech NGO found barefoot, hungry children in detention center for asylum-seekers who are being charged money by authorities16.9.2015 18:03 Czech NGOs report that the conditions in Czech facilities for asylum-seekers are substandard. The situation in detention facilities is especially bad, where asylum-seekers complain that their mobile telephones and money are being confiscated.