17 November 2020
For Milica Marjanović it was a regular daily commute in Belgrade, until she witnessed a Romani couple being assaulted by a far-right thug on the bus. Putting herself in danger, she stood up for the couple against the attacker and later to the police. She has since become the accidental protagonist of the viral story that emerged in the media immediately after.
21 August 2020
Ethel Brooks is the ERRC's Board Chair and a Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Sociology at Rutgers University in the USA.
08 April 2020
This year our communities face even unprecedented challenges and difficulties, as the COVID-19 crises rages. We asked ERRC human rights monitors from different countries what it is like to stay at home when you live in a marginalised and segregated neighbourhood.
22 March 2018
After his country visit to Slovakia in March 2018, we caught up with Commissioner Nils Muižnieks to hear about his conclusions on the state of Roma Rights in Slovakia, and Europe today.
20 November 2017
Romani children are significantly over-represented in state care in many European countries, where Roma often represent over 80% of all children in care.
13 November 2017
On the tenth anniversary of the landmark case D.H. & Others v. Czech Republic, the ERRC revisited successful desegregation cases in Hungary, Croatia and the Czech Republic...
05 May 2017