- 18 Aug 2017 8:34 AM
The event will bring together 350 Roma and non-Roma young people from 15 European countries to promote critical thinking and the fight against anti-Roma prejudice spreading among extremists in Europe.
The participants will get a chance to meet European peers, young activists and youth leaders and attend workshops and community events.
They will organise 48-hour actions to focus on a variety of topics, such as Roma heroes, school segregation, forced evictions, as well as challenging stereotypes and racism through music, theatre, rhythm, graffiti or media.
Republished with permission of Hungary Matters, MTI’s daily newsletter.