The goal of the project that we have been implementing though the four-year-long support of the “Olof Palme“ International Center is to empower the Roma community and enable individuals from said community to realize their economic and social rights, particularly the right to work.
The goal of the project that we are implementing with the support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees is to contribute to the local integration of the most vulnerable internally displaced persons by strengthening the protection of their human rights, namely their right to adequate housing and social protection.
“Salvatore” is a movie about Roma men and women who are living in the city of Bujanovac, in the last collective centre in Serbia, 20 years after they were internally displaced from Kosovo.
This movie was created under the “Improved local integration of internally displaced persons through enhanced access to social rights” project funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
A significant number of people in Serbia are in a situation of homelessness, and an even larger number of people are at risk of becoming homeless. This film shows the problems these people face, from the perspective of organizations that are providing support to this vulnerable social group.
This movie was created with the support of Olof Palme International Center.