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International Roma Day: Council of Europe exhibitions and launching of 3 new Dosta videos

To mark International Roma Day on Tuesday 8 April, the Council of Europe has organised several exhibitions in the Palais de l’Europe, its main headquarters building in Strasbourg, France.

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United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights marks the International Roma Day

Panel discussion to mark the International Roma Day, 8 April 2014 at the Palais des Nations – Room VII

Persistent discrimination and exclusion have kept Roma in situations of extreme poverty, poor housing conditions without water and sanitation, but too often with a permanent threat of eviction.
Panelists Valeriu Nicolae, Saimir Mile, Gina Csanyi-Robah and Margarita Ilieva will be discussing the problems of housing and forced evictions of Roma.

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Celebration of the International Roma Day in Japan

At the third year celebration of the International Day in Japan by The International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism, Professor KANEKO is giving a talk on Roma people’s struggle and actual situation in Canada. He has translated into Japanese, “Zhivindi Yag , The Living Fire” by Ronald Lee, which was an autobiographic novel on the author, Roma community elder in Eastern Canada; and published through Sairyusha-publishing co. in March 2014.

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Seminar "The Roma and School Segregation" - Corvinus University, Budapest

International Roma Day on the 8th of April is an international day to celebrate Roma culture and reflect on issues facing Roma communities. To mark Roma Nation Day the Institute of Sociology and Social Policy will be holding a short film screening and discussion on Roma school segregation in Europe, which will focus on the causes of segregation and strategies to challenge it. The film is titled: Our School and was directed and produced by Mona Nicoara.

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Regional conference of South Caucasus Roma Network in Tbilisi, Georgia - April 8, 2014

NGO “Center for Democracy and civil integration” under the project “South Caucasus Network of Roma” holds regional conference in Tbilisi, April 8, 2014. The purpose of the conference is the presentation of the study on the situation of the Roma community in the South Caucasus.

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