As part of the Proud Roma, Free Europe campaign in Hungary, Roma Sam produced a TV spot encouraging Roma participation in the Hungarian census (1 October – 28 November 2022). Watch the TV spot here!
Are you a Proud Roma? Have you got a talent to show the world? Now’s your chance! Applications for ERIAC’s PROUD ROMA TALENT competition are now open! Apply now and compete with other Roma talents around Europe for a chance to win the 3000€ grand prize!
An article by Mensur Haliti, analyzing the history of the census in Serbia and its implications for the Roma community.
Ahead of the national census in Kosovo in early 2023, OPRE ROMA Kosovo has intensified its census campaign through “Proud Faces of Kosovo”, a video series introducing proud Roma people, their reasons to be proud and their commitment to advancing Roma pride. Watch the videos here!
On the occasion of the ongoing census in Hungary, Proud Roma Free Europe is organizing a panel discussion, exploring the history of the Hungarian Roma movement and the importance of participating in the national census.
With 1 day left until the beginning of the census implementation in Serbia and Hungary, our transnational network members are sharing messages of solidarity and support.
With only a few days left until the start of the Serbian census, we are happy to re-release ‘Proud Roma’ and ‘Hurjasa’ with Serbian subtitles to further inspire pride in Roma identity and encourage widespread participation in the upcoming census.
Our ‘Proud Roma’ film will be featured in the upcoming Misleór Festival of Nomadic Cultures, organized by the Galway Traveller Movement in the Republic of Ireland.
As part of their online campaign, the Opre Roma Srbija team are sharing video messages from Roma individuals about why they will declare their ethnicity in the upcoming census and what it means for them to be a proud Roma. Watch the videos now!
ERIAC is proud to host “Ya Es Hora – Now is the Time” exhibiton, by Manolo Gómez. The exhibition reflects relevant, timely and political questions for today’s audience, addressing how to fight and create artistic strategies to counter racism, (neo)fascism, and social injustice.