European governments are not giving Roma migrants the same treatment as others who are in similar need of protection. Roma migrants are returned by force to places where they are at risk of human rights violations.
Project ?Barvale? has been in preparation since 2008, with the purpose of presenting Roma and Egyptian people in a different way. The basis of this project was formed by representatives of both the Roma and the Egyptian community and stories about their professional and personal success that fight stereotypes, reject omnipresent prejudices and alter ingrained perception that is based on ignorance.
Beshencevo Current History is a project to explore through the drama of short stories, created with the Romani and not Romani population of villagers of Beshencevo, the construction of their lives as they have continued over a long period of time both under Soviet rule and in the current Russian Federation era.
Gazela-Temporary Shelter from 100 to 500 Years researches destiny of the displacement of over 1000 people that lived in the Roma mahala at Gazela Bridge in Belgrade in August 2009.
Hedina is the first Roma with the bachelor's degree in journalism in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Several years before the war, she worked at RTV Sarajevo as an editor and a host of a programme for Roma.
In the modern world, when reality is not recorded it does not exist. AutoArchive presents Different Culture Photos, a photographic collaboration between 10 teenage Roma women, photographer Manuela Zanotti supported by Jacob Garber of The Children?s Society. The work centres on visual archives of the East London Roma community though self-portraits, voice recordings that document personal circumstances.
Dickinson has been a photographic witness to Roma across Europe and the Americas, spanning two decades. It began in the early 1990s living with catholic French Gitan, at Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer Gypsy pilgrimage in southern France;
Project consisting of a slide projection with sound edited from conversations between the artist and different Irish Travellers and English Gypsies living on different sites and in housing accommodation in London. By offering first hand insights into the realities of Gypsy, Roma, Traveller lives the project aims to help counter prejudice and misconception.
An Artistic Intervention in Digital Media Space: Open Studio of New Belgrade Chronicle is a TV series consisting of short programmes, lasting between 5 and 10 minutes each.
The Naked Life video-performance is based on Written Comments of the European Roma Rights Centre Concerning Germany For Consideration by the United Nations Human Rights Committee at its 80th Session, 2004. I read the fates of different Roma families taken from the report?s segment on deportations. Each testimony is more disturbing than the previous one.