If you type words such as “exit controls” or “travel bans” into any search engine, the results will inevitably include countries like Pakistan or China, which can hardly be labelled democratic. And yet, these words have recently experienced a new, sad revival in a place in Europe, the Balkans.
With improvement of the status of the Roma in community in mind street action has been organized recently in the city of Tuzla, Bosnia, under the symbolic name: “Pillory”. This action was part of a wider project taking place in a number of Bosnian cities, with a view to raising the visibility of
The census planned for 2013 in Bosnia and Herzegovina may discriminate against the country’s Roma, according to Bosnia’s leading Roma activist. Dervo Sejdic told tocak.org, a news and information portal for the Roma communities of the Balkans operated by Transitions