50th International Roma Day

50th International Roma Day

Today, on 8 April, we celebrate the 50th International Roma Day! While the roots of Romani activism go back to the 19th century, the 8th April 1971 constitutes a turning point for Roma communities around the world, when activists moved their struggle to the international arena with the first World Romani Congress held near London.

Launch event of Chachipen project

Launch event of Chachipen project

50th International Roma Day: Towards justice and building trust On the occasion of 50th International Roma Day, ERGO Network together with CEPS, the Central Council of German Sinti and Roma, the Federación de Asociaciones Gitanas de Cataluña (FAGIC) in Spain, the Asociatia Fast Forward and the ARESEL Network in Romania launched their joint EU funded

Raising awareness about antigypsyism

Raising awareness about antigypsyism

Raising awareness about antigypsyism among mainstream organisations  In ERGO Network we believe that positive change for Roma is possible when antigypsyism is recognized and tackled as the root cause for inequality, and when Roma can take part in civic life as equal stakeholders. In the past couple of weeks, ERGO was invited to speak in