Groundbreaking institute to showcase and promote artistic and cultural contribution of Europe’s 12 million Roma people

As a boy facing bullying and discrimination for his Roma identity in his native Albania, Sead Kazanxhiu said he had harboured a simple dream: “To be considered equal to those around me. It was the same dream as our forefathers,” he said. “To not have to hide our identity in order to survive.”

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