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"Budulovska Street", Moldava nad Bodvou

“Roma were here in the past, we are here now and we will be here in the future. So we have to find a common language and a way to live together”, says Irma Horvathova, a field worker and founder of the "Slumdog Theater" in the settlement of Moldava nad Bodvou, a Roma herself. The city has roughly 11200 inhabitants, about 1980 (18%) of them have Roma ethnicity and around 800 are living at the segregated settlement 'Budulovska Street' (2014).

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“Roma were here in the past, we are here now and we will be here in the future. So we have to find a common language and a way to live together”, says Irma Horvathova, a field worker and founder of the "Slumdog Theater" in the settlement of Moldava nad Bodvou, a Roma herself. The city has roughly 11200 inhabitants, about 1980 (18%) of them have Roma ethnicity and around 800 are living at the segregated settlement 'Budulovska Street' (2014).