About the Ebook
Unwanted in Europe is a photographic book that takes us to the Roma communities around Europe. The book wanted to coincide with the Decade for Roma Inclusion about to end (2005-2015) as a reflection on the lives of the Roma communities scattered within Europe and their continuous struggle in being integrated and accepted as human beings and as citizens of Europe.
The e-book format follows on from the printing one.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
- Version Fixed-layout ebook, 73 pgs
- Publish Date Sep 26, 2011
- Last Edit Jul 06, 2013
- Language English
- Tags Roma, Balkans, communities, gypsies, discrimination, ghettos, housing, families, Cinzia, D'Ambrosi, photography, photojournalism, Decade, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Bosnia, Sofia, Fakulteta, Kjustendil, photographs, Europe
Cinzia D’Ambrosi is an independent Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer. Her photojournalist work centers on issues of human rights, minorities and workers’ conditions. Long term projects are the effects of the recent war in the Balkans, Workers conditions and the Roma Gypsy communities in the Balkans. Her main clients are charities organizations, NGO's and the public sector. Cinzia believes in her work to influence decision makers and to raise awareness on human rights and social issues around the world. She has taken part or initiated awareness campaigns. With the Justice and Peace Commission of the Hong Kong Catholic Diocese her work has been a source for a campaign on health and safety at work in China. She also been working along side NGOs in the field of minorities rights. Her long term project on the marginalization of minorities such as the Roma in Europe has culminated in a book "Unwanted in Europe".