Mobilisation of Roma communities in Bulgaria
Can Roma communities resolve their own problems? In this case study, our partner organisation Integro looked for the answer to this question in two Roma communities in Bulgaria.
One of the villages, Seslav, in the northeast of Bulgaria, was beforehand defined as better organised and thus with greater capacity to attain community tasks and objectives. The other community, the nearby town of Senovo, was defined as having weaker organisational abilities and a lower capacity to achieve community targets. Both communities comprised of Muslim “Horohane” Roma. Both communities number about 500 people and live 30 kilometres apart.
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