SAVE THE DATE: DIKH HE NA BISTER 2018

Around the Roma Holocaust Memorial Day on 2 August 2018, we gather about 250 young Roma and non-Roma from across Europe in Krakow and Auschwitz-Birkenau in the unique youth event “Dikh he na bister” (Look and don’t forget). The Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative aims at raising awareness among young Europeans, civil society and decision-makers about […]

New online portal about the Holocaust of the Sinti and Roma

On the occasion of the upcoming April 8th – International Roma Day, the Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma launched its new English website “‘Racial diagnosis: Gypsy‘. The Nazi Genocide of the Sinti and Roma and the long struggle for recognition“. Under www.sintiundroma.org/en the Holocaust of the minority is addressed by showing numerous videos, […]

Open Call for Facilitators: Dikh he na Bister – Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative 2018

This open call invites young, experienced Roma and non-Roma trainers to become facilitators in the Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative in 2018 in order to lead an educational process of an international group of young people through a 5-day learning process about the Holocaust and about antigypsyism and human rights today. The educational process builds on […]

Education for Remembrance: Bringing Commemorations into our local communities

The training – “Education for Remembrance. Brining commemorations into our local communities” gathers 30-35 representatives of partner organizations and young Roma activists in order to create tools and approaches for meaningful local commemorations and remembrance activities through non-formal education about the Roma Genocide. The meeting creates a platform of exchange and learning for youth initiatives […]

Tweets about 2 August 2017 – Roma Holocaust Memorial Day

2 August 2017 marked the 73rd anniversary of the “liquidation” of the “Zigeunerlager” in Auschwitz-Birkenau and was commemorated as the European Roma Holocaust Memorial Day. This story of tweets shows the commemoration ceremony on 2 August 2017 in Auschwitz-Birkenau, as well as political statements of the European Commission, Council of Europe and many other stakeholders. […]

Open Call for Facilitators: Dikh he na Bister – Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative 2017

This open call invites young, experienced Roma and non-Roma trainers to become facilitators in the Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative in 2017 in order to lead an educational process of an international group of young people through a 5-day learning process about the Holocaust and about antigypsyism and human rights today. The educational process builds on […]

PRESS STATEMENT: ROMAPOP RESPONSE TO PETER DAVID RACISM AT NYCC

New York City, 8 October 2016 – On the first day of the New York ComicCon (NYCC), an annual ReedPop-sponsored fan convention, the New York Times’ LGBT and Allies Affinity Network hosted a panel on LGBT and diversity in Marvel comic books. The 5:15 pm panel, titled “X-TRAORDINARY: The LGBT Characters of the X-MEN”, took […]

IHRA: annotated bibliography on the genocide of the Roma

This annotated bibliography of the genocide of the Roma was one of two short-term research projects commissioned in 2014 by the IHRA Committee on the Genocide of the Roma. The committee felt that essential information was not readily available, either concerning research into the genocide of the Roma or what other international organisations are doing […]

Documentary Film: Dikh he na bister 2014

Since 2010 ternYpe organizes the “Roma Genocide Remembrance Initiative”. This Initiative has been realized thanks to great dedication and determination of over 70 Roma and non-Roma youth organizations that participated in the event. Our great appreciation goes to all the 8 Romani survivors who spent 5 active days with over 1000 people from 25 countries. […]