The situation of Roma has not improved substantially over the past decade, despite the EU institutions and their Member States having adopted various measures to improve the social inclusion of disadvantaged Roma in Europe. Many Roma across Europe still continue to suffer poverty, social exclusion, discrimination, and racial violence. The underlying cause of this is the Antigypsyism deep-rooted in our societies.
Antigypsyism is a specific form of racism towards members of the Roma minority in all of Europe. Effectively combating poverty and social exclusion, which many Roma are subjected to throughout Europe, is therefore only possible if we also combat this deep-rooted Antigypsyism.
This publication (available in English and German) is intended to contribute to the fight against Antigypsyism. It seeks to provide information about and to raise awareness of the multifaceted discrimination that European Roma face due to Antigypsyism. Short essays by Green MEPs, Roma activists, and academics analyse the EU policies concerning Roma and Antigypsyism in Austria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, and Sweden. The Central Council of German Sinti and Roma has also contributed to the publication with an essay on Antigypsyism in election campaigns.
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On the occassion of EU Roma Week 2018 hosted by the European Parliament and the European Commission in Brussels, the S&D Group in the European Parliament released a new publication ... mehr
Last week during the 3rd Roma Week in Brussels the EU Fundament Rights Agency (FRA) released their first report on antigypsyism. The report reviews data on specific areas of life, ... mehr
This international conference will contribute to laying the foundation for a critical approach to the themes of "Sinti and Roma" and "antigypsyism" in film from a number of different perspectives in the field of antigypsyism research as well as in film studies. The inner workings of the medium film need to be examined so that the long overdue change of perspective can take place, through which Sinti and Roma can feel represented and perceived as subjects. ... mehr
On 13 and 14 February 2018, an international conference will for the first time address the increasing Antigypsyism and the discrimination against Roma in the EU enlargement region. The conference ... mehr