About the Author

Name: Transitions Online

Web Site:

Bio:

Articles written by Transitions Online

Europe’s culture capital builds segregation wall

Europe’s culture capital builds segregation wall

By • on July 26, 2013

The Slovak city of Kosice, one of Europe’s 2013 Capitals of Culture, is building a wall to segregate its Roma community, The

No CommentsRead this story »

A First in History

A First in History

By • on July 8, 2013

KONAK, Serbia | Stefan Radu is no longer a student at the Vuk Karadzic primary school in the tiny village of Konak in northeastern Serbia. Unlike so many

No CommentsRead this story »

Violence erupts at Czech anti-Roma rally

Violence erupts at Czech anti-Roma rally

By • on July 2, 2013

A weekend rally in a largely Roma neighborhood in the southern Czech city of Ceske Budejovice turned violent and forced the police to intervene, according

No CommentsRead this story »

Fits and Starts

Fits and Starts

By • on April 5, 2013

A high-profile court case, angry parents at the schoolroom door, and quiet, persistent efforts tell the story of Roma integration in Croatia’s schools.

No CommentsRead this story »

Charges fly over Skopje mall company’s purported anti-Roma memo

Charges fly over Skopje mall company’s purported anti-Roma memo

By • on March 25, 2013

A row has erupted over a memo in which the managers of a Skopje mall purportedly ordered that Roma employees be fired from the food court, Balkan

No CommentsRead this story »

In Macedonia, Dividends on Efforts to Keep Roma in School

In Macedonia, Dividends on Efforts to Keep Roma in School

By • on March 4, 2013

SKOPJE | Ramush Muarem, a prominent Romani journalist in Macedonia, remembers the resistance civil society activists encountered from Roma when, in the

2 CommentsRead this story »

Human rights court rules against Hungary on placement of Roma pupils

Human rights court rules against Hungary on placement of Roma pupils

By • on February 1, 2013

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the placement

No CommentsRead this story »

More from this Author

Speaking Their Language

PODGORICA | Montenegro’s newest effort to keep Roma children in school is happening far from the classroom – and often involves neither student nor teacher.

3 CommentsRead this post »

Controversy over removal of Roma children from families in UK

Rumors about the removal of children from Roma families originally from Central and Eastern Europe have raised fears among immigrant parents in Great Britain, Romea.cz

1 CommentRead this post »

France flies out another batch of Romanian Roma

Rights groups reacted angrily to the closure of several Roma camps in France, accusing President Francois Hollande of backtracking on a pledge to discontinue harsh measures against Romanian and Bulgarian

No CommentsRead this post »