"Roma Stories" Project's work collecting wartime testimonies of Roma people is mentioned on BBC World News
The BBC World Service's World Update programme broadcast on 18th November included a feature on the Nazi genocide of Roma and Sinti people in an interview with Senior Curator of the Wiener Holocaust Library, Barbara Warnock. She speaks about the work being done by the Roma Support Group's "Roma Stories" Oral History Project in collecting testimonies of Roma people's experiences in the wartime concentration camps.
The Roma Support Group is pleased to invite you to 21st Annual General Meeting:
If you would like to join us please e-mail your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org in order to confirm your place on the participants' list.
Please confirm your attendance by Wednesday 20th November.
5.00 pm - Registration – Networking – Refreshments
5.30 pm - Street /Gang Violence Awareness Workshop delivered by Derek Akosah CEO, Be Heard As One
6.00 pm - Housing Rights Workshop delivered Tower Hamlets Law Centre
6.30 pm - Forum Theatre
7.10 pm - Safe Newham – Hate Crime Reporting Project
7.20 pm - Jack Petchey Foundation's Awards
7.40 pm - ‘Roma Stories’, Oral History Project Exhibition and Film
8.00 pm - BREAK
8.15 pm - AGM Business:
9:30 pm - THE END
Venue detail and travel information
Woodgrange Community Centre, Bluebell Avenue, Manor Park, London E12 6UJ
Nearest Tube – East Ham Nearest Overground - Manor Park and Woodgrange Park
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