Roma

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Contemporary Antiziganism
... discrimination is taking place against up to 10 million Roma across Europe ... In August 2008, Hammarberg noting that "today's rhetoric against the Roma is very similar to the one used by Nazis and fascists before the mass ... Once more, it is argued that the Roma are a threat to safety and public health ...
Antiziganism - Environmental Struggles
... cause of Cold War-era industrial development have disproportionately impacted upon the Roma, particularly in Eastern Europe—this phenomenon has been considered a ... Due to the traditional nomadic lifestyle of the Roma, the people most often settle on the outskirts of towns and cities, where amenities, employment ... rate heading toward 14 percent and per capita real income falling, the burdens imposed on Romas are disproportionately great." The various legal hindrances to ...
Roma, Lesotho - Health Care
... Joseph's Hospital, Roma, which is run by a Board under the Archbishop of Maseru, and was opened in 1937 ... Attached is the Roma College of Nursing, which offers diplomas in Nursing and Midwifery ... a number of Health Centres in the surrounding Roma Health Area, which has about 114,000 inhabitants, 6% of Lesotho's population, and about twice the area of ...
Contemporary Antiziganism - Europe (non EU) - Switzerland
... published a photograph of a gun-wielding Roma child on its cover in 2012 with the title “The Roma are coming Plundering in Switzerland” ... of “criminal tourism for which eastern European Roma clans are responsible” with professional gangs specializing in burglary, thefts, organized begging and street ... investigated the origins of the photograph taken in the slums of Gjakova, Kosovo, where Roma communities were displaced during the Kosovo War to hovels built on a toxic landfill ...
Romakloster
... Roma (also referred to as Romakloster) is a locality (Swedish tätort) situated in Gotland Municipality, Gotland County, Sweden with 913 inhabitants in 2010 ... In 1995 the locality known as Roma was divided by Statistics Sweden into a part with the tentative name of "Roma kyrkby" or "Lövsta" (pop. 277) and the remaining part that retained the name "Roma" (pop ...