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  • Providing justice for Roma Holocaust victims


    “We lived under terrible living conditions and suffered a lot. People were dying from hunger, malnutrition and diseases,” says Gheorghe Manole, a Roma survivor of the deportations that took place in Romania during the Second World War.

  • Green Technology Incubator launched in Latvia


    “The Green Technology Incubator is a great opportunity for prospective and existing entrepreneurs working with green technologies to receive support for the development of new ideas,” Oskars Priede, Director of the Green Technology Incubator, Riga.

  • Standing up against hate speech in Poland


    “In 5 years, I would like the walls in Poland to be clean and to create a trend that shows people that hate speech and intolerance are not acceptable,” says Joanna Grabarczyk, the project coordinator of the Hate Stop campaign of the Polska Association.

  • ‘Public Health Initiatives’ programme launched in Romania


    On 29 September, the Romanian ‘Public Health Initiatives’ programme was officially launched in Bucharest. The programme addresses Romania’s greatest health challenges and will enhance health care access for the most vulnerable groups, including Roma.