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Roma Holocaust survivor
As a 12-year old boy, Marin Constantin witnessed the full horror of the Holocaust after he was taken from his home in Romania to what he believed was Ukraine. Forced to work in fields, harvesting vegetables for meagre rations, Marin Constantin recounts a time of mass inhumanity and brutality, particularly towards Roma people. Speaking to the Council of Europe, he said that his ordeal, between 1942-1944, haunted him long after he escaped and returned home.
Roma Holocaust survivor
As a 12-year old boy, Marin Constantin witnessed the full horror of the Holocaust after he was taken from his home in Romania to what he believed was Ukraine. Forced to work in fields, harvesting vegetables for meagre rations, Marin Constantin recounts a time of mass inhumanity and brutality, particularly towards Roma people. Speaking to the Council of Europe, he said that his ordeal, between 1942-1944, haunted him long after he escaped and returned home.

Roma mediators
The Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, presented a report to the Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, in which he outlined what measures are being taken to help Roma people. Trained Roma mediators are being sent to 15 European states to help Roma people with education, health and employment issues.
Roma mediators
The Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, presented a report to the Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, in which he outlined what measures are being taken to help Roma people. Trained Roma mediators are being sent to 15 European states to help Roma people with education, health and employment issues.

Respected Roma
There are 10 to 12 million Roma and Travellers in Europe spread across practically all the Council of Europe's member countries. The organisation's main objective is to encourage its members to take a comprehensive approach to Roma issues, and to improve the lives of all Roma people, wherever they live.
Respected Roma
There are 10 to 12 million Roma and Travellers in Europe spread across practically all the Council of Europe's member countries. The organisation's main objective is to encourage its members to take a comprehensive approach to Roma issues, and to improve the lives of all Roma people, wherever they live.