Roma Rights 4/2001: Mobilisation/Participation


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Roma Rights 4/2001: Mobilisation/Participation


Roma Rights 4/2001: Mobilisation/Participation

Roma Rights 4/2001 addresses issues pertaining to the Roma rights
movement and includes a special section on Romani participation in the
World Conference Against Racism. Roma Rights 4/2001 can be found at:
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/index.shtml

The contents of Roma Rights 4/2001, including Internet links directly
to articles, follow:

EDITORIAL
World Conference Against Racism
by Claude Cahn
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/editori.shtml

NOTEBOOK
The Roma in Domestic and International Politics: An Emerging Voice?
by Peter Vermeersch
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb1.shtml

In Search of a New Deal for Roma
ERRC interview with Nicolae Gheorghe
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb2.shtml

The Romani Movement: What Shape, What Direction?
Roundtable discussion
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb3.shtml

Participation of Bulgarian Roma in the 2001 General Elections and
Prospects for Political Representation
by Andrei Iliev
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb4.shtml

Neždet Mustafa: Portrait of a Romani Politician
by Martin Demirovski
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb5.shtml

Smoke and Mirrors: Roma and Minority Policy in Hungary
by Claude Cahn
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/noteb6.shtml

SPECIAL SECTION: WORLD CONFERENCE AGAINST RACISM
Visibility on the International Stage: The ERRC Delegation at the
World Conference Against Racism 
by Morag Goodwin
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/wcar1.shtml

Institutionalised Racism and Roma
Statement by Ms Anna Cervenáková at the World Conference Against
Racism
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/wcar2.shtml

ERRC Dissociates itself from WCAR NGO Forum
Press statement, September 5, 2001
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/wcar3.shtml

NEWS ROUNDUP: SNAPSHOTS FROM AROUND EUROPE
* Bosnia and Herzegovina * Bulgaria * Croatia * Czech Republic *
Estonia * Finland * Germany * Greece * Hungary * Italy * Kosovo *
Macedonia * Netherlands * Romania * Russia * Slovakia * United Kingdom
* Ukraine * Yugoslavia
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/snapshots.shtml

LEGAL DEFENCE
Legal Action in Slovak Police Killing
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/legal_defence.shtml

ADVOCACY
European Parliament Holds Hearing on Roma Rights
by Veronika Leila Szente Goldston
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/advocacy.shtml

FIELD REPORT
ERRC Field Notes, Croatia: Being Taught to Hate
by Gloria Jean Garland
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/field1.shtml

The ERRC in Poland
by Eva Sobotka
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/field2.shtml

ROMANI LANGUAGE PUBLICATIONS
So si Diskriminacija? — Skurto Liloro e Manušenge Save Kerena Buci pe
Romengere Cacipena
Romani language version of "Recognising and Combating Racial
Discrimination: A Short Guide" published originally in English by the
ERRC
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/romani1.shtml
 
Maškar-Themutno Pakto pala e Civil thaj Politikake Cacimata
Romani language translation of the International Covenant on Civil and
Political Rights
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/romani2.shtml

MEET THE ERRC
Opre Roma!
by Refika Mustafic
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/meet.shtml

Grant guidelines
Informacia andai stipendia (Grant guidelines in Romani)
http://errc.org/grants/index.shtml

Grants awarded
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/grants_awarded.shtml

Chronicle
http://errc.org/rr_nr4_2001/chronicle.shtml

Roma Rights is published quarterly in Budapest, Hungary, by the
European Roma Rights Center.
Editor-in-chief: Dimitrina Petrova
Editor: Claude Cahn
Snapshots co-ordinator: Tara Bedard
Layout and graphic design: István Fenyvesi
© November 2001 European Roma Rights Center ISSN 1417-1503. The
opinions expressed in authored pieces are not necessarily those of the
European Roma Rights Center. The contents of this newsletter are free
from all copyright restrictions on condition that the source is
mentioned and reproduction is not for commercial purposes. The ERRC
requests that three copies of the reproduced text be sent to the
editor

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The European Roma Rights Center is an international public interest
law organisation which monitors the rights of Roma and provides legal
defence in cases of human rights abuse. For more information about the
European Roma Rights Center, visit the ERRC on the web at
http://www.errc.org.

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