One of our Roma friends talks about being rejected:
When I graduated I was employed at the state hospital at the intensive care unit, everything was fine until the moment (..) they found out that I was a Roma.
I noticed that they began to behave differently towards me, more negativity in the sense that they would slowly reject me, trying to avoid me and try to keep their distance from me.
Many of our Kaskada team spend many hours to make this magazine, full of information and insight. Take some time to sit down and read more about the history of the Roma in India and during the war, and a lot more!
Greetings from Osijek, Janneke