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NGO Points to Poor Living Conditions for Roma in Slovenia

Ljubljana, 16 March - Amnesty International Slovenia presented on Wednesday a report on the living conditions of the Roma in Slovenia, according to which numerous communities have poor access to drinking water and other infrastructure. The NGO also called on the authorities to protect the Roma from discrimination.

Ljubljana
Acting director of Amnesty International Slovenia Metka Naglic (left), Amnesty International Slovenia researcher Jerneja Turin (middle) and AI Europe and Central Asia Programme Director Nicola Duckworth (right) speak at the presentation of the report on the living conditions of the Roma in Slovenia.
Photo: Nada Mihajlovic/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Europe and Central Asia Programme Director Nicola Duckworth attends the presentation of the report on the living conditions of the Roma in Slovenia.
Photo: Nada Mihajlovic/STA

Ljubljana
Amnesty International Slovenia researcher Jerneja Turin presents the report on the living conditions of the Roma in Slovenia.
Photo: Nada Mihajlovic/STA

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