Working with the Roma on Tyneside
Roma Kavárna Project
A Living Tradition has been working with the Roma on Tyneside - please read book It's About Respect below.
This project to create a safe place for members of the Roma community in Gateshead to come and meet and receive help from service providers has been running since mid-January. Read the reports below:
Gateshead Roma Kavárna Project Report August 2018
Gateshead Roma Kavárna Project Report May 2018
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Gateshead Roma Kavárna Project Report June 2018
Gateshead Roma Kavárna Project Report July 2018
Gateshead Roma Kavárna Project Report September 2018
Photos of the Gateshead Roma Kavárna
Please see left Peter Sagar with Irma and Zaneta Karchnakova outside the kavarna. Irma and Zaneta do great work at the kavarna, helping people with their problems and acting as interpreters for service providers such as Gateshead Citizens Advice Bureau and Healthworks.
The Tyneside Roma: another chapter in a long history
Some reflections on the place of the Roma in the long story of immigration into Tyneside.
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Pastor Martin of the Agape Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and member of the Roma Community In Newcastle.Martin was a great help with the collating of the book It's All About Respect.
Members of the congregation of the Agape Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and members of the Roma Community
A Living Tradition Visit to Krakow and Auschwitz 2014
Peter Sagar from A Living Tradition visted Krakow and Auschwitz in the summer of 2014 and attended the ceremony commemorating the murder of the last inhabitants of the Roma and Sinti Camp, Auschwitz on 2nd August 1944.
Texts of Speeches at Roma 70th Anniversary Memorial Ceremony, Auschwitz-Birkenau, 2nd August 2014
Please see texts of some of the speeches at Auschwitz-Birkenau on August 3nd 2014. From the Press desk at the Ceremony for 70th Anniversary of massacre of Roma and Sinti, 2nd August 1944.