All eyes are on the Casal Bruciato outskirt of the Italian capital, which has been marred by violent protests being stoked by the extreme-right wing association CasaPound.
A Buon Diritto, an Italian Coalition for Civil Liberties and Rights member, is supporting Madalina Gravilescu. She is Romanian migrant of Roma origin, and a key activist in the Housing Rights Movement in Rome who had...
Liberties member the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee has published its annual report on the human rights situation in Bulgaria, which found stagnation and deterioration of rights protections in a number of key areas.
A new report shines more light on the situation of Roma in Italy, most of whom still live in segregated camps and face daily discrimination, often from national authorities.
At the height of the Italian election campaign, a conference was held to discuss a new National Strategy for the recognition, protection and promotion of Roma and Sinti communities in Italy.
The new Czech government must clearly declare that it has an interest in inclusion. Funding for inclusive education and teacher training is insufficient.
More than half of Croatian citizens believe their country should be open to refugees seeking protection, and about two-thirds do not think Croatia should build a border wall.
Two Roma journalists have won their case against a far-right politician who gave a hate-filled speech on the floor of the Parliament three years ago.
Bulgarian authorities continue to ignore the Strasbourg court regarding the evictions of Roma and other citizens from their homes in violation of European human rights law.
The EU Roma Strategy agreed to in 2011 has not brought results in integrating Europe’s largest minority. Poverty, discrimination and racism among Roma across the EU is unchanged. The EC launched infringement...