Romania

Roumanie -

Contexte

Le gouvernement est tombé à deux reprises en 2012.


رومانيا -

خلفية

سقطت الحكومة مرتين في غضون عام 2012.


Rumania -

Información general

El gobierno cayó dos veces en 2012.


Romania -

Background

The government fell twice in 2012.


Romania: The Roma who were evicted to live by a landfill site - 17 December 2012

Headline Title:  Romania: The Roma who were evicted to live by a landfill site Two years ago the local authorities of Cluj-Napoca forcibly evicted around 300 people – mostly Roma – from Coastei Street in the centre of the Romanian city. Some 300 Roma people mark the anniversary of their forced eviction from a Romanian town to live in horrendous conditions on the edge of a landfill. Media Node:  Coastei Roma Twitter Tag:  DemandDignity Story Location:  Romania 46° 47' 0.528" N, 23° 37' 43.842" E “It is a sad anniversary for us. On 17 December 2010, early in the morning, an impressive number of police forces arrived on Coastei Street, joined by the local authorities. We were overwhelmed and terrified by the number of police officers. Following pressure and verbal threats from the local authorities, we accepted the housing they proposed without knowing the exact location and the condition it was in” Source:  Ernest Creta who now lives in an improvised home in Pata Rât

فلنطالب بالعدالة من أجل عائلات الروما الذين أخلوا قسراً من مساكنهم في رومانيا

بادر بالتحرك وحث عمدة كولج-نابوكا على توفير الخدمات الأساسية، وجبر الضرر، والدخول في تشاور حقيقي من أجل عائلات الروما  

Demandez justice pour les familles roms victimes d’expulsions forcées en Roumanie

Agissez : demandez au maire de Cluj-Napoca de fournir aux familles un accès aux services de base et des moyens de recours et de lancer une véritable consultation. Le 17 décembre 2010, près de 350 personnes appartenant à 76 familles ont été expulsées de force du centre-ville de Cluj-Napoca, en Roumanie.

Exige justicia por las familias romaníes desalojadas a la fuerza en Rumania

Actúa y pide al alcalde de Cluj-Napoca que proporcione a las famlias acceso a servicios básicos, resarcimiento y que inicie una consulta genuina.  

Demand justice for Romani families forcibly evicted in Romania

Take action and call on the Mayor of Cluj-Napoca to provide families with access to basic services, remedies and engage in genuine consultation.  

Op-Ed: Europe’s Roma discrimination shame - 26 October 2012

Headline Title:  Op-Ed: Europe’s Roma discrimination shame By Fotis Filippou, Regional Campaign Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia Anti-Roma feeling in many European countries still translates into official policies that result in segregation of Roma from the rest of society, deepening and exacerbating their existing poverty and marginalization. Media Node:  Roma evictions Twitter Tag:  DemandDignity Story Location:  Alemania 51° 42' 31.9608" N, 10° 38' 5.1576" E See map: Google Maps “Anti-Roma feeling in many European countries still translates into official policies that result in segregation of Roma from the rest of society, deepening and exacerbating their existing poverty and marginalization” Source:  Fotis Filippou, Regional Campaign Coordinator for Europe and Central Asia Date:  Fri, 26/10/2012

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