Village in Slovakia as an example of Roma integration in the NYT

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We are happy to hear that one of the villages we are working with has been mentioned by the New York Times as an example of Roma integration.

“The children know each other in school, so they play together,” an interviewee said. And “we sometimes sit together, Slovaks and Roma, when we are at the pub together.”

Roma people like all people are a resource when they are valued and respected. As reported by the New York Times, the village of Spissky Hrhov (Slovakia) has partnered with the Roma community to create positive change.

In Spissky Hrhov, we are working to create a TOY for Inclusion library together with the Wide Open Academy, the pre-primary and primary school.

Read the article here.