August 12th 2020 marked a historic and long awaited moment. After nearly a decade of hard work and dedication by Romani survivors, organizations and individuals, the Government of Canada finally officially recognized the Genocide of Roma and Sinti peoples that occurred during the Holocaust by unanimously adopting a Motion to make August 2nd an official … Continue reading A Historical and Long Awaited Moment: The Government of Canada Declares August 2nd as an Official Day of Commemoration of The Romani Genocide.
Brussels 6 December 2018:Today, a coalition of Romani and anti-racism civil society organisations from across Europe called for the Council of the European Union, and governments of European countries, to make a clear commitment to the new proposals for post-2020 Roma Inclusion plans made by the European Commission in its communication to the European Parliament and Council today. … Continue reading ROMA ORGANISATIONS RESPOND TO EU INCLUSION PLANS
On Friday May 19, 2016 European Parliament President, Martin Schulz announced that the Canadian government’s continued insistence on imposing visa requirements for travelers from Romania and Bulgaria has put a strain on the ratification of the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Current disagreements regarding the ratification of CETA are reminiscent of the … Continue reading Romanipe in collaboration with The ERGO Network Call the Canadian Government to Lift Visa Require”ments on Romania and Bulgaria
Montréal, Québec – le 3 août 2018 : Au lendemain de la Journée internationale de commémoration du génocide des Roms, Romanipe se réjouit de l’annonce de la reconnaissance officielle du gouvernement canadien. La reconnaissance des atrocités commises durant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale est le fruit du travail acharné mené depuis des années par des organismes … Continue reading Le gouvernement canadien annonce la reconnaissance officielle du génocide des Roms.