The history of the Roma people of Europe
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- First Roma get Money from the Swiss Nazi
- RNN, [25 March 1998]. A Swiss fund for Holocaust victims
made its first payment Wednesday to Roma survivors of
Hitler's concentration camps. Most recipients so far
have received $415.
- U.N. Report: Gypsies Repressed, Attacked in
- Reuters, 15 August 2000. Gypsies living in squalid
conditions remain victims of racism and violence across
Europe, a United Nations report said. Gypsies are also being
evicted from their dwindling settlements near Athens to
clear the way for sports facilities for the 2004 Olympic
- Declaration of a Roma Nation (IRU)
- 1 January 2001. This document is of crucial importance for
all Roma people. It is a declaration of our will to convince
world to consider us as equal nation with our culture,
traditions and self-confidence.
- Roma conference opens in Bucharest
- BBC News, Monday 10 September 2001. An international
conference is beginning in the Romanian capital, Bucharest,
to look at ways of reducing discrimination against the Roma,
or Gypsies, across Europe.