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When Baba Comes Instead of the Tooth Fairy

When Baba Comes Instead of the Tooth Fairy

By • on November 5, 2012

All of us can remember the times when we were little and

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Roma slowly let go of food habits brought from India

Roma slowly let go of food habits brought from India

By • on October 8, 2012

Until recently, a Roma man would not eat leftovers from the previous day. In other words, he would not touch food left from a previous meal, and the woman

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The Roma caste system gives discrimination a new look

The Roma caste system gives discrimination a new look

By • on September 28, 2012

Property prices have fallen inSlovakia, the way they did in many other EU countries. As a result, some Roma have been selling their flats and buying cheaper

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Roma families in Britain: scare tactics or an absence of professionalism?

Roma families in Britain: scare tactics or an absence of professionalism?

By • on September 24, 2012

UK authorities have been removing immigrant children from their families in enormous numbers.

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Two pre-election promises come true

Two pre-election promises come true

By • on September 21, 2012

Parliamentary and local elections are a time when

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The unexpected success of a Roma amateur artist

The unexpected success of a Roma amateur artist

By • on September 14, 2012

Milan Goroľ, a 41-year-old amateur painter and wood-carver from Ondavské Matiašovce in eastern Slovakia, has been celebrating his first successes as

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Other than discrimination, tender politics is also an obstacle for Roma looking for work

Other than discrimination, tender politics is also an obstacle for Roma looking for work

By • on August 24, 2012

Until recently, Roma from Eastern Slovakia used to find work by going to any company in Slovakia and the Czech Republic and asking to be hired as part

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Positive discrimination, an eternal question

Some criticize positive discrimination out of pride, others because it is breaking the law and leading to the discrimination of the majority. However, ordinary Roma in need of work would welcome positive

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A Law for Loan Sharks

It sounds unbelievable, but when it comes to money acquired easily in the Czech Republic, anything is possible. While the Slovakian government is trying to limit loan-sharking by several new arrangements

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Eggs influence anti-Roma moods in the Czech Republic

It may seem ridiculous but it is like that. The production of eggs has declined from the beginning of this year in the Czech Republic. Poultry farmers are forced to meet stricter EU regulations on improving

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