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HRW World Report 1999: Hungary: Human Rights Developments
Hadareni Case Indictment
- The most widely publicised case of violence against Roma in Romania in the past decade.
- Interview with András Bíró, Winner of the 1995 Alternative Nobel Prize.
How many roads?
- By Donald Kenrick.
I*EARN Projects 1996/97
- Various papers written by students of the Srobarova High School 1, Slovakia.
Initiatives Concerning Gypsies
- From www.radicalparty.org.
Irish Travellers Fighting Back
- From the Spunk Library.
Irish Travellers, Ireland's Minority Culture
- Ireland's largest minority, who struggle to find a place in society while maintaining their distinct culture.
Keep the nazis out of Dover! Asylum seekers welcome here
- In the autumn of 1997 several hundred Roma (gypsies) fled persecution in Slovakia and the Czech Republic, arriving in the United Kingdom at the port of Dover in Kent. The British newspapers labelled the Roma as "economic migrants" and described their claims for asylum as "bogus".
Last Stop Hruov: The Search for a Ghetto
- By Hana Cápová.
Law as an Instrument of Discrimination: Denying Citizenship to the Czech Roma
- By Jirina Siklova and Marta Miklusakova, 1998.
Long pursuit of racial purity
- Sweden's forced sterilisation policy, by Laurence Jourdan.
Lynching is Not a Crime
- From the European Roma Rights Center Newsletter, Spring 1998.
Memory and Experience: Anti-Roma Prejudice in Eastern Europe
- By Zoltan Barany, in East European Studies, July 1998.
Migration of Romanies to Canada and Britain: The Actual Situation
- By Peter Mulder, 1999.
Migration of Romany: A Challenge for Western Countries
- By Peter Mulder.
Multicultural Welcome? The Czech Roma Refugees and their Flight to Canada
- By Gerald Kernerman and Barbara Falk, York University.
Myth and Reality of the Pluralism, or Otherness as a Stigma
- By Fedor Gal, Czech Republic.
NEIK's Mission: Protect the Gypsies of Hungary
- By David Bornstein.
Needy Guests, Reluctant Hosts
- By Elzbieta M. Gozdziak. From the Anthropology of East Europe Review. The plight of Romanians in Poland, Roma (Gypsies) caught in the crossfire.
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