In this unit, Konstanty Gebert discusses issues of racism and discrimination that have characterized relation between Roma and non-Roma. The Roma have an inbuilt mistrust of the institutions of the European states. To make the problem worse, the Roma are an internally very diverse community, and there is growing internal mistrust of middle-class Roma who are seen as disloyal and unreliable. ● In the syllabus, you can find a first-hand personal account of the Roma experience in “Growing Up Roma”. ● There are numerous reports, news articles, and photo essays exploring the situation of the Roma in different European countries, namely “The Roma People in Europe”, “Roma – the unwanted Europeans”, “Photo Report: The Roma of Central and Eastern Europe”, “In pictures: Roma slums in Romania and Slovakia”, “Roma in Sweden: A nation questions itself” and “Case study 6: Images of Roma – continuities of discrimination”. ● Lastly, there are resources that deep dive into the concepts at the core of the treatment of Roma in Europe, namely structural racism in "Smashing Structural Racism" and diversity in “Understanding Diversity: Where Are You From?”.