Podcast: Roma youth movement and the fight against anti-gypsyism

In this podcast, activist and trainer Irina Spataru discusses how the Roma youth movement is responding to the fight against anti-gypsyism in Europe.

Nils Muižnieks: School segregation still deprives many children of quality education

“School segregation harms children’s learning opportunities and is a clear injustice against minority and other vulnerable groups of people, which also perpetuates their marginalisation,” the Commissioner for Human Rights warned today.

European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture launches in Berlin

The new European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIACH.), based in the German capital and led by Roma scholars, activists, and artists, is dedicated to the principle that Roma themselves should present the image of who they are, and who they are not.

Podcast: Improving women’s access to justice

A new project is underway to improve the access of Roma women to justice.

Croatia: Court backs anti-Roma hate crime complaint

Human rights judges today awarded 12,500 euros (EUR) in respect of non-pecuniary damage and EUR 2,200 in respect of costs and expenses to Maja Škorjanec, after accepting that Croatia’s authorities failed to investigate properly an alleged anti-Roma hate crime.