Under the direct supervision of the ERIAC management and the Campaign Manager, the Country Coordinator will support the implementation of a transnational campaign to strengthen Roma pride and identity, and to educate about the importance of active citizenship.
A week today, on Saturday 24 July, Stanislav Tomáš was laid to rest following his passing on 19 June 2021. The 46-year-old Czech Roma died following police intervention, the authorities accused of police brutality.
This 2 August, on Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, we remember Anna, and the hundreds of thousands of other Roma and Sinti, many of whose names we do not know, who lost their lives in the Holocaust.
In a message of unity and with the objective of raising awareness of the tragic fate of Roma during WWII, the European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) and a transnational network of Roma movements and institutions come together in a series of offline and online events across Europe.
Podcast sa Jelenom Reljić i Tanjom Vasić - Slučaj policijskog ubistva Stanislava Tomaša u Češkoj, protesti Roma u Srbiji i policijskoj brutalnosti prema manjinama.
The third edition of the contemporary arts fair – Autostrada Biennale, launches today in Prizren, Kosovo. The exhibition will feature the installation 'HERSTORIES' by Polish-Roma artist Malgorzata Mirga-Tas and Roma artist and activist Edis Galushi.
Bulgária, Magyarország, Észak-Macedónia, Koszovó és Szlovákia roma közösségei is csatlakoztak a Stanislav Tomáš nevében megrendezett nemzetközi tüntetéssorozathoz.
National civic organisations, Roma Versitas Kosovo and KOSINT Network join forces as part of a Europe-wide campaign to strengthen Roma identity and encourage active citizenship.
Tokom vikenda i početkom ove nedelje, romske zajednice širom Bugarske, Mađarske, severne Makedonije, Kosova i Slovačke nastavile su proteste širom Evrope u ime Stanislava Tomaša.
Over the weekend and at the start of this week, Roma communities across Bulgaria, Hungary, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Slovakia continued Europe-wide protests in the name of Stanislav Tomáš.
Across Europe -- from the Czech Republic to Romania, Serbia, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo and Slovakia - the transnational Roma community are protesting to demand an end to police brutality in the wake of Stanislav Tomáš' death.