Slovacchia, condannata la scuola che esclude i rom
La scuola condannata per avere discriminato gli alunni rom. È accaduto in Slovacchia dove la Corte distrettuale della regione di Presov, nella parte orientale del Paese, ha condannato la scuola per avere agito in modo discriminatorio nei confronti delle alunne e degli alunni rom mettendoli in una cl...
22/09/2011 - Some 200 Roma citizens gathered in front of the presidential palace in Bratislava on September 21, holding flags of the Roma Union Party and expressing their dissatisfaction with the way the Slovak government is handling their problems, the TASR newswire reported.
The protest was organised by Bratislava activist Alojz Hlina, who in a short speech said that if the current problems of the Roma population are not dealt with urgently they could escalate into much bigger protests.
The demonstrators also talked about their difficult living conditions, TASR wrote.
They Also Don't Have Any Certificate of Residence
İSTANBUL/ People with Roma and Abdal origin, living in tents in various districts of İstanbul without any certification of recidence, emhasized that they are unable to get any certificate of recidence because they don't have any bills registered to their names.
tramite Sarita la Chungali:
tramite Asso Amença:
Demokratsko Udruženje Roma e altri 2 amici hanno condiviso un link.
Lïally Fydinilesza e altri 2 amici hanno condiviso un link.
Ovviamente nessuno rimpiange un dittatore ma è terribile che i nosri governanti, nei confronti dei Rom, facciano, se possibile, peggio di lui!
Lallydia SintenilaveslikaSoutenons les Roms !: LA VERITE SUR LA ROUMANIE: La "discrimination anti-Roms", Ana Neda en entend parler depuis toujours. Elle a 80 ans. "Au moins, avec Ceausescu, on avait tous du travail. La vie était dure, mais c’était moins injuste. Plus personne ne nous aide à présent."
tramite Patrizia Novelli Feltrin
Oltre alla dichiarazione, che può essere scaricata in inglese e spagnolo nella sala stampa del sito web di FSG, la Fondazione ha inviato lettere ai principali rappresentanti istituzionali della UE, al governo spagnolo e alle altre agenzie per attirare l'attenzione sulle conseguenze di queste decisioni del governo francese per quanto riguarda i Rom europei.
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Hindus have expressed shock at reported dismantling of a Roma (Gypsy) settlement in Saint-Etienne in France on August six.
Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA) today, said that it was really unfortunate that within the clear view of European Union (EU) and United Nations, French President Nicolas Sarkozy was allowed to make political capital by targeting helpless Roma, who were now reportedly forced into homelessness.
What was more baffling that even the religious elite of Europe had not come out openly against this unjust crackdown on poor Roma while the religions clearly told us to help the helpless, Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, argued.
Rajan Zed urged the Council of Europe and European Parliament to urgently intervene and halt Sarkozy from demolishing the rest of 299 such settlements which his presidential order announced on July 28 would be dismantled in the next three months. It was simply inhuman to devastate the lives of voiceless Roma just to win support among a section of voters.
Zed questioned whether these ethnically and racially targeted evictions were fair and just according to EU laws which boasted of its human rights record. It smelled of xenophobia and racism. Instead of unleashing repression, France and Europe needed to work on social inclusion and rehabilitation of Roma communities.
Europe’s most persecuted and discriminated community, Roma were reportedly facing apartheid conditions in Europe. Roma reportedly regularly encountered social exclusion, racism, substandard education, hostility, joblessness, rampant illness, inadequate housing, lower life expectancy, unrest, living on desperate margins, stereotypes, mistrust, rights violations, discrimination, marginalization, appalling living conditions, prejudice, human rights abuse, etc., Rajan Zed pointed out.