Lithuania's Roma - stateless and excluded

Click on the links below to learn more about the history leading to the current statelessness of some members of the Roma community in Lithuania, as well as the factors maintaining their exclusion from citizenship, and the Roma Holocaust and the lack of public conscience of it in the country.

http://advocacynet.org/wordpress-mu/efilo/2012/09/09/of-course-the-horse-is-still-romantic-but-a-car-would-be-preferable/

http://advocacynet.org/wordpress-mu/efilo/2012/08/04/weve-all-heard-the-call-to-%E2%80%9Cnever-forget%E2%80%9D/

Photo: A Romani family in The Kirtimai settlement in Vilnius.

Credit: Eglė Kristina Kucinskaite from a post on ERRC website

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Date: 09/09/2012

Countries:

Lithuania

Categories:

Statelessness
Poverty
Racism/Discrimination/Hate speech
Law/Legislation
Advocacy
War

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