The dossier “History and persecution of the Rroma population in Europe” includes an exhaustive study on the history of the Roma community since its arrival in Europe until today. It includes regulations and legislation that condemn and persecute Roma people only because they belong to an ethnic minority. Printed in color, bound and with hard cover, Maranatha Federation has 100 copies as a gift that is given to authorities, prominent personalities in the social movements of the Roma community, teaching staff, entities, etc.
An interesting research project that was later decided to be printed in roll-up panels in order to disseminate this knowledge through a dissemination tool as effective as the itinerant exhibition.
The traveling photographic exhibition “Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe” has been designed by the Maranatha Federation of Gypsy Associations and consists of more than twenty monographic panels on the history of the Roma people in Europe, their migratory movements and persecutions.
In these panels, the people attending the exhibition will be able to know through text and images the history of the Roma people at European level, the racist attitudes they have suffered as a minority ethnic group and their struggle to maintain persecuted traditions and culture.
It can be visited in Valencia, Burjassot y Puerto de Sagunto (Spain), in Munich (Germany), in Cosenza (Italy) and in Parly (France).
An initiative that is part of the European project Mem-Rrom: Memory of the Rroma persecution in Europe.
The panels of the exhibition can be downloaded by clicking on the image, a new window is opened, the “full size” option appears on the bottom right and is saved through the “save as” option: