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Studenti z Olomouce a Vratislavi zkoumali otázku česko-romského a polsko-romského soužití. Jedním z plodů jejich práce je také výstava „Romové – špatná adresa“. Ta bude do poloviny listopadu zdobit klub Kalaczakra v jihopolské Vratislavi.

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Romowie w ARTBRUT

Fundacja Integracji Społecznej PROM oraz Stowarzyszenie Świat Nadziei
zapraszają na WERNISAŻ pt. “Romowie moi sąsiedzi”.

 

 

Otwarcie Wystawy 28 października 2010 roku o godzinie 17.30 w Galerii
Art Brut przy ul. Ruskiej 46A.

Serdecznie Zapraszamy

16 października w galerio-kawiarni Kalaczakra we Wrocławiu odbyło się spotkanie pod nazwą “Romowie. Zły adres. Czeski sen. Polska robota. Romska niedola”. Wieczór w Kalaczakrze był podsumowaniem międzynarodowego projektu Meeting Czech – Polish Neighbours, w którym wzięli udział studenci z Polski i Czech.



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„To był rok 2004. Na sierpniowej radzie pedagogicznej Pani Dyrektor poinformowała, że od września będziemy w szkole realizować program na rzecz uczniów pochodzenia romskiego. Zapytała, czy ktoś podjąłby się takiego zadania. Pamiętam, że przyszłam do domu, wpisałam w Google słowo Cygan a następnie Rom i zaczęłam czytać” – tak wrocławska nauczycielka Maria Łój wspomina swój pierwszy świadomy kontakt z problemami polskich Romów.

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Criteria which determines the choice of a partner is given by the human society. The nature of a body and soul however is no longer ruled by any law. Mixed partnerships of “those white and those black” point to the transformation process of integration. They are the seal between what was divided and what is about to be joint. Such mixage is the evidence of man-kind diversity, unity and in paradox delimitation. Continue Reading »

Is relocation true or not?

The following link is my reportage which was made last week.

http://www.vymik-tv.cz/index.php?mesic=&rok=&akt=1&player=wmp&cesta=http://www.live1.acvyskov.cz/play.php?what=18097

It´s topic is relocation about 150 Roma people from the center of Brno city to our small town Vyškov. Vyškov multiply many speculations and rumors about this topic – if the rumors that relocation will be true or not.

The building in which the Roma were reportedly move is privately owned. This object is owned by the same people as building in Brno. These buildings inhabited by Roma, which the owner wants to move out and reconstruct the existing buildings on the deluxe apartments.

City’s mayor refuted this information. Moreover, he file for an official request for information for useful offices, the answer will be known within a few weeks.

Corporate observations we could not get it.

Andrea Slouková

Call for journalists. Wroclaw.

We would like to invite Czech journalists to attend opening of the exhibition „Roma – the wrong address. Czech dream – Polish job – Roma misery”.

16th October 2010, Wrocław
Kalaczakra Gallery&Coffee

Photo: JIŘÍ KALÁT. Kids performing Roma dances in Wroclaw’s school. May 2010

The event will sum up the student’s project “Meeting neighboars. Polish-Czech experience in reporting about Roma communities” through photo exhibition, video and presentations. It will be an opportunity to meet Polish and Czech participants as well as people working with Roma minority in Europe. The event is organised in Wroclaw at the same time as the Symposium: 40th anniversary of the Council’s of Europe action on Roma (18 Oct) and 30th MG-S-ROM meeting (20-21 Oct).

For Czech journalists it will be a great opportunity to spend nice time in one of the most beautiful Polish towns – Wroclaw and find out about situation of Roma minority in Poland and Europe.

We will reimburse the travel expenses and basic accommodation.

The project is financed in the frame of the Czech-Polish Forum, the joint
programme of the Foreign Ministers of Poland and Czech Republic to support both current and new common initiatives within the civil societies of both countries.

More about us on facebook profile: Meeting Czech-Polish Neighbours.

Please write your motivation to attend the event to i.frydryszak@gmail.com  till 6th of October

Coordinator: Angelus Silesius Meeting House
Project partner: People in Need, Olomouc