The building on Vilsnická Street in Děčín, Czech Republic, where planned reconstruction at the close of 2017 caused problems for Romani tenants who could not find landlords to rent to them.
Romani residents of Czech town, evicted during reconstruction, cannot find landlords to rent to them24.11.2017 14:56 By the end of March 2018 the town of Děčín will have evicted all of the tenants residing in a building that was once a primary school. Despite the fact that the condominium apartment units are municipally-owned, the tenants are being forced to leave without being offered any replacement accommodation. full story
Czech Republic: Romani musicians give benefit concert for families of girls killed in hit-and-run in England6.1.2017 6:36 Today, 6 January, at the Arena Club in Děčín, Czech Republic, a concert will be given by Romani musicians and the profits will be donated to the families of the two girls who tragically died after a man driving a car ran into them as they were crossing the street in the English town of Oldham. One girl died on the spot and her cousin succumbed to her injuries in hospital. full story
5.1.2016 23:28 A residential hotel on Zelená Street in the Czech town of Děčín, which became a target of anti-Romani marches in the summer of 2014, has been without electricity since yesterday after several fuses blew. Around 200 occupants live in the building, a large portion of whom are children. full story