26 October 2018
Clifford Chance chooses the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) as winner of the Access to Justice Award 2018
Leading international law firm Clifford Chance has named the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) as the eighth winner of its annual Access to Justice Award. The organisation, which is based in Hungary, will receive a £50,000 donation and 500 hours of pro bono support over an 18 month period towards its goal of combatting the racism and human rights abuse of Roma.
01 October 2018
Budapest, 1 October 2018: Today, the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) sent an open letter to the President of the Czech Republic, Miloš Zeman, condemning his most recent outpouring of hate speech against the Romani citizens of his country.
24 September 2018
Odessa, Budapest 24 September 2018: Roma in Ukraine caught between rising violence in the country, institutional racism, and state policy failings are being further marginalised by the risk of statelessness - warns a report by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), European Network on Statelessness (ENS), Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion, and Ukrainian civic organisation Desyate Kvitnya.
18 July 2018
Budapest, Rome 18 July 2018: Today, the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) sent an open letter to Beatrice Covassi, the Head of the European Commission Representation in Italy, calling for resolute action from the European Commission to combat rising antigypsyism in Italy. Over the last week, hundreds of Roma Rights Defenders have also added their voice to the growing number calling for a response from the European Commission.
26 June 2018
Lviv, Budapest 26 June 2018: The European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC)and the National Roma Centre will take the Ukrainian National Police to court on behalf of Roma who were attacked by gangs of masked men in Lviv on 23 June and 10 May.
08 June 2018
Tirana, Budapest 8 June 2018: Negative stereotypes, marginalisation and discrimination are making Roma vulnerable to the risks of statelessness in Albania, according to a new report released today by the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC), the European Network on Statelessness (ENS), the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion (ISI), and the Tirana Legal Aid Society (TLAS). The research was published today at an event in Tirana attended by government ministers, UN officials, and Romani people affected by the risk of statelessness.
18 May 2018
Sofia, Budapest 18 May 2018: A 28-year-old Romani man was stabbed and killed by a Bulgarian nationalist in a terrorist attack on Saturday 12th May in Shumen, Bulgaria.