European Roma Grassroots Organisations Network

ERGO Network

ERGO fights against antigypsyism, advocates for better policies for Roma in Europe, creates strong networks and empowers Roma activists.


Transparency and Accountability Criteria for Roma Grassroots NGOs Brussels, 28 June 2018 At a round table discussion in the European Parliament ERGO Network and its members from the Western Balkans, Turkey and the ‘Visegrad countries’ Hungary, Slovakia and Czech Republic presented a new project that will strengthen Roma civil society as independent and transparent watchdog
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Call for expert ERGO Network is contracting an expert on Community-Led Local Development and Roma inclusion to coordinate part of our work programme on CLLD in 2018 Role of the expert We are searching for an expert to coordinate ERGO Network’s capacity-building and advocacy work on Roma inclusion in the CLLD in 2018, which is
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Evictions of Roma Travelers in Brussels: Is Antigypsyism the last accepted form of racism? On 28 June 2018, evictions of Roma Travelers are to take place in Anderlecht, Brussels. The group of Roma who are going to be evicted are Belgian Roma for centuries. They were born here, as well as their parents and their
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European Roma and pro-Roma civil society condemns antigypsyism in Italy and asks Italian government to uphold the rule of law Only a few weeks in office, the new Italian government coalition of far-right Northern League and the eurosceptic Five Star Movement is shaping the racist narrative against Roma in Italy by promoting antigypsyist actions and
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#Antigypsyism - advancing truth and reconciliation commission: ERGO, @gitanos_org_INT, @OHCHR_Europe and @ZR_SintiRoma discuss with @SorayaPostFi how to implement the recommendations of the LIBE report.

Shocking report by @MadelineRoache @newint: little coverage from MSM allows these anti-#Roma pogroms to continue - murder, pillaging, ethnic cleansing & still no condemnation #Ukraine #RomaRights #HumanRights #racism #discrimination #antigypsyism #equality https://t.co/rEHkyq5AmD

Worth reading: @bernard_rorke from @ERRCtweets summarises the first synthesis report of the Roma Civil Monitor: https://t.co/EVWHhyUS9U
@ENAREurope @ZR_SintiRoma @gitanos_org_INT @EU_Justice @romaeducation @CEU_CPS

Race hate against Roma being stirred up across Europe. This targeting by ethnicity is unacceptable-‘the Mayor of Vincenza last week extended a ban on Roma from certain public spaces and declared that he intends to widen this ban to cover the entire territory of the municipality.’ https://t.co/RyCZCHd2Zi

We welcome @RomeoFranz1 as new Member of the #EuropeanParliament. Great to have a Sinto and another Roma rights activist to support the fight against antigypsyism in the EU. We are looking forward to working with you! @GreensEP @Gruene_Europa @TerryReintke @SorayaPostFi

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