There were more than 60 hate crimes in Hungary against Roma in Hungary between 2008 and 2009, six of them fatal.
The house of Robert Csorba’s parents in Tatarszentgyorgy has been rebuilt and renovated by volunteers in June 2010. There are six more houses to rebuild and we need your help!
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“The strength of civil society is always the healing kind, for it is about social solidarity, commitment towards the community, about our willingness to share the sorrow and problems of the victims and to take some of the burden off their shoulders. This is precisely what our volunteer friends from Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and Austria are doing as we speak. Under the common initiative and implementation of the Phralipe Independent Roma Association and the Zentralrat Deutscher Sinti und Roma, we are, together, renovating the houses of the victims of the Kisleta and Tiszalok murders. This is precisely what our volunteer friends from Germany, Poland and Bulgaria did when, together, we finished building the house of Robert Csorba’s parents in Tatarszentgyorgy.
We all have a personal responsibility towards the future of this country. It is up to us. This is why it is important to remember, and to remind. To force the hate instigators of the past and the present into retreating and, joining hands, build a communicative, peaceful and strong Hungary.”
Agnes Daroczi – founder of the Romedia Foundation and vice-president of the Phralipe Independent Roma Association
Roma Holocaust Memorial Day, Budapest, 2 August 2010