Recognizing the Roma conflict, an exploration of human rights, panel discussion, Brandeis University

Recognizing the
Roma Conflict:
    An Exploration
    of Human Rights 


When: February 10, 2014, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. 
Where: Lurias, Hassenfeld Conference Center (L13 on map)
Brandeis University 

The Roma population for the past several centuries has endured unapologetic racism and discrimination. As a result of being a marginalized but large minority in Europe, they have had difficulty realizing and advocating for their human rights.

Join Margareta Matache, Ph.D., Harvard FXB Center; Ana Bracic, post doctoral fellow at Stanford University; Camilla Ida, Ph.D. student at University of Copenhagen and research fellow from Harvard; Damiana Andonova ’15 from Brandeis University; and Kate Ryan, director of the documentary “Welcome Nowhere” for a panel discussion on the current status and struggles of Roma throughout the world.

Stay after the panel for the screening of “Welcome Nowhere,” a telling documentary about the Roma in Bulgaria. 

WELCOME NOWHERE: Teaser from One Small Instrument Pictures on Vimeo.

Cosponsored by the Health, Science, Society, and Policy Program, the Peace, Conflict and Coexistence Program, and the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism.

More information: 

Damiana Andonova (andonova AT
Emily Calloway (emonocle AT

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