“The master’s tools will never dismantle the master’s house.” (Audre Lorde)

There have been many resource guides, toolkits and education materials produced to assist with anti-discrimination learning and action (many of which you will find in the Resource section). So why make this website and Toolkit?

A key principle in the creation and selection of materials for this toolkit is the use of an anti-oppression framework based on a structural and historical approach. In Europe, much of the education (both formal and non-formal) about differences amongst people, discrimination and prejudice focus on the individual. It looks at the behaviour and attitudes of individual people, with the purpose of helping us to understand our differences and learn more about each other’s experiences and cultures. However, it tends to ignore or undervalue systems of power and long-term historical perspectives.

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The Roma Historical and Political Context

  • in Bulgaria
  • in Hungary
  • in Romania

Myths and Facts about Roma

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