Support the ERRC

The European Roma Rights Centre depends upon the generosity of individual donors for its continued existence. Please join in enabling our future with a contribution. Gifts of all sizes are welcome and are accepted via Paypal or bank transfers, according to the information below.

To donate via Paypal (external website; payments processed in Hungarian forints (HUF). To calculate exchange rates: http://www.xe.com/ucc/)

To donate via bank transfer, send your contribution to: 

Account holder: European Roma Rights Centre
Bank name: Budapest Bank, Lipótvárosi Fiók 
Bank address: 1054 Budapest, Báthori u. 1., Hungary
USD IBAN: HU21-10103173-40268600-00000998
EURO IBAN: HU54-10103173-40268600-00000307
SWIFT code: BUDAHUHB

And submit the information below to:

Richard Medcalf, Finance Director 
European Roma Rights Centre
Wesselényi utca 16
H-1077 Budapest
Hungary

Email: richard.medcalf@errc.org
Fax: +36 1 413 2201

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Thank you for supporting our efforts.

ERRC Seeks Communications Intern or Trainee

10 August 2016

The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) seeks a Communications Intern or Trainee with experience in research, media, communications or a related field to assist in the promotion of ERRC material on Roma Rights and the activities of the Communications department.

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Adam Weiss on Roma Genocide Remembrance

3 August 2016

ERRC Managing Director Adam Weiss shares his experience of being taught of the holocaust growing up in a Jewish family, and his early perception of Roma as victims of genocide by the Nazis.

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Ethel Brooks on Roma Genocide Remembrance

2 August 2016

Seventy-two years ago today, 2,897 men, women, and children from Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp were forced onto trucks, taken to gas chamber V, and murdered with Zyklon B hydrogen cyanide. Their bodies, too many for the crematorium’s capacity, were burned in pits outside. Upon the Soviet liberation of Auschwitz in 1945, only 4 Roma remained alive.

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