Parliament Tackles Roma Discrimination

Structural anti-gypsyism must end, say MEPs, who demand measures to ensure that the Roma people have equal access to housing, education, healthcare and employment. In a resolution adopted today (17 September) with 545 votes to 96 and 54 abstentions, Parliament stresses that, due to persistent anti-gypsyism, Roma people in Europe suffer the highest rates of…

Oppression against the Roma. What has changed?

On the occasion of the anniversary of Nazi genocide of Roma 76 years ago, Roma activists call for a robust fight against the rise of far-right populism. They implore that Roma history and Roma genocide be taught across schools in Europe so that young people can understand and fight against existing fascism and racism in society. …