The Roma Cafe: Human Rights and the Plight of the Romani People
This book has appeal which can attract a wide span of readership from the academic to those simply motivated towards the Romani cause. -- Anthropology in Action Pogany states that the aim of his book is to highlight the difficulties facing the Roma, and he has done so very well -- The News Line Istvan Pogany is Professor of Law at Warwick University. He teaches courses in comparative human rights and international law. He has written extensively on constitutional transition, human rights and minority rights in Central and Eastern Europe. His previous books include Human Rights in Eastern Europe (Edward Elgar, 1995) and Righting Wrongs in Eastern Europe (Manchester University Press, 1997).
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