Video - Changing attitudes - September 2014Roma MATRIX is a project that aims to combat racism, intolerance and xenophobia towards Roma and to increase integration, though a programme of action across Europe. It is one of the largest Roma inclusion projects in the European Union.This film shows young Roma people in Bulgaria talking about their dreams, work and study.
Svako berś pe 5-to Novèmbro, e Roma andar i Evrὸpa pakăvaren o dives palal i Maśkarutni Romani Ćhib. Vakerdi trujal sasto sundal, i Romani ćhib si i ćhib e Romenqi, jekh ćhib inkerdi thaj nakhavdi katar jekh generàcia kaj aver śel berśendar trujal vakerdi ćhib. And-o angluno Romano Kongrèso and-e 1971, i Romani Ćhib sas prinžardi sar e Romenqi ćhib and-e Evrὸpa. Kodo kerdăs so i ćhib si thovdi and-e verver maśkarthemutne krisa, sar si e Evropaki Kàrta palal e Regionalno thaj Minoriteturenqi Ćhib katar o Konsìlo e Evropaqo.
Every year on the 5th of November, Roma in Europe celebrate the International Romani Language Day.Spoken throughout the world, Romani is the language of Roma, a language preserved and sent on from generation to generation over the centuries mainly in its oral form.During the first Romani Congress in 1971, Romani was officially recognised as the language of Roma in Europe.
For the fourth year, the European Grassroots Antiracist Movement (EGAM), its members organisations and roma organisations throughout Europe invite participants to the Roma Pride – Mobilization for the dignity of Roma people and Travellers which will take place simultaneously in almost 15 European countries (Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro, Moldova, Czech Republic, Romania, "the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia", Turkey, Ukraine, France) on the 5th of October.Participating in the Roma Pride means fighting against the pervasive persecutions against the Roma