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MundiRomani
Faces of Change
Macedonia
FYROM
India (Part 1)
India
India (Part 2)
India
Faces of Change explores the stories of ten exceptional European Roma women and challenges audience perceptions by questioning the artificial divisions on which perceptions of identity are based. 
 Mundi Romani explores the vibrant world of Macedonia’s proud Roma community.
Discover the similarities between Indian and Roma culture at a wedding in Hyderabad. 
Discover the similarities between Indian and Roma culture at a wedding in Hyderabad. 
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GRANADA – MAYA FAMILY
Spain
Lashi Vita
Italy
Trapped – the Forgotten Story of the Mitrovica Roma
Kosovo
Ukraine 2008 – School Segregation
Ukraine
This episode explores the amazing world of the Spanish Gitanos through the unique story of the influential flamenco dancer Mario Maya and his incredible family. 
Lashi Vita investigates the shocking situation of Roma in Italy. The story we find calls into question the Europe’s commitment to protecting democracy, freedom of information and human rights.
"Trapped" tells the forgotten story of the Mitrovica Roma, a once prosperous refugee population abandoned by the international community and left to die of lead poisoning in the toxic Mitrovica camps.  
This episode investigates the widespread problem of school segregation, covering the shocking story of social and educational exclusion in the Ukrainian town of Uzhhorod. 
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The Last Days of Sulukule
Turkey
Albania -- Children of Selita: A Journey from the Streets to the School
Albania
Venice Biennale
Italy
Roma in Turkey – the Untold Struggle
Turkey
This episode follows the final days Sulukule (Istanbul) a 1000 year old Roma neighborhood and UNESCO World Heritage Site that was demolished in 2008 by the Istanbul local government. 
This episode tells the remarkable story of Selvije Rushiti, a Roma woman of extraordinary courage who rescued dozens of children from a life of begging on the streets of Tirana. 
Mundi Romani travels to the center of the art world, The Venice Biennale and discovers a new generation of exciting Roma artists at the event’s first ever Roma pavilion. 
In the second episode shot in Turkey, Mundi Romani follows the struggle of Turkish Roma to reassert their ethnic identity in a country where the development of minority cultures is considered a grave threat to internal stability. 
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Romani Waltzer – The Untold Story of Roma in Austria
Austria
Roby Lakatos
Hungary
Hate on the Rise
Czech Republic
Shelter and Palace (Greece II)
Greece
Romani Waltzer explores the colorful Roma communities of Austria, finding a diverse population struggling to come together and maintain its unique linguistic and cultural traditions. 
Mundi Romani discovers the amazing music of internationally acclaimed violinist Roby Lakatos. 
Our latest Mundi Romani reportage provides an insight into the current situation of Roma in the Czech Republic, where, while extreme nationalism is on the rise, with tragic consequences for the country’s biggest minority, Roma join forces to defend themselves. Peacefully. 
Shelter and Palace reports on the diversity of living conditions for Greek Roma and uncovers an innovative housing project with tremendous potential. 
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South Serbia’s Empty Roads
Serbia
Guilty until Proven Innocent
France
Voices of Jerez
Spain
Szendrolad Confessions
Hungary
 Mundi Romani investigates the dire situation of Serbian Roma and finds a courageous group of young activists struggling for a better future.
"Guilty" uncovers the roots of the issues at stake around one of the  biggest media stories of 2010, the collective expulsion of Roma from France, and brings to light damning evidence of institutionalized racism in Europe. A story of immigration and rejection as seen through the eyes of the Roma. 

Mundi Romani presents Soniquete: their music, their spirit, their views on the future of flamenco, on their own future, on what it means for them to be Roma.

How can a young boy get from a class for the "mentally disabled" to university? The story of the Bhim Rhao Association and the blossoming of a group of young Roma intellectuals in Szendrőlád.
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Soy Mujer Romani Regional Campaign
Rahim Burhan Portrait
Macedonia
Russia
Russia
Coimbra Destinies
Portugal
Soy Mujer Romani Regional Campaign
 “Romani cultural institutions would connect Europe and bring one more color to the palette of Europe- an culture. Which would bring the color of our art to Europe. Because our culture has yet to arrive to Europe.”
Rahim Burhan
 
Roma in Russia
Romani mediator and activist Bruno Goncalves takes us on a tour.
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Musical journey from India to America
India, Turkey, Greece, Hungary, Russia, Spain, USA
Portugal
Portugal
Hate on the Rise
Czech Republic
Ferenc Snetberger - A Portrait
Hungary, Germany
In this episode, Mundi Romani travels to Portugal to discover the lives of the Kale Roma who moved from Spain to the western part of the Iberian Peninsula centuries ago.
In the past year, thousands of visa applications have been received from Roma who point to persecution in the Czech Republic.
„What he plays is jazz, classic and Brazilian at the same time. Snétberger’s biggest artistic achievement is the dialogue between old times and our times, the synthesis.”
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A moszkvai Romen Színház
Oroszország
 A Mundi Romani 2010 szeptemberében látogatott el Moszkvába, hogy részt vegyen a Romen Színház 80. éves bemutatóján.
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Campaigns
Memorial Day for the victims of the Roma Holocaust
Common Action to Build Hope - Against Hate Crimes
 A Memorial Day for the victims of the Roma Holocaust was held on August 2nd, 2010, at the Roma Holocaust Memorial Monument in Nehru Park, Budapest.
There were more than 60 hate crimes in Hungary against Roma in Hungary between 2008 and 2009, six of them fatal. The Zentralrat Deutscher Sinti und Roma, the Internationaler Bauorden and the Phralipe Independent Roma Association initiated a solidarity action to rebuild the homes of the families of the murdered.
 
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