About Us

Our foundation was established in 1992 in Budapest as a non-governmental organization ran by Roma people. If you are looking for real information about the Roma community, if you are interested in our culture and traditions or if you want to know more about the everyday life of Roma people, then you are in the right place.

We believe that our work carries important messages for the future generation, so in our research we strive to understand and document even the smallest details about the traditions and history of our community. We invite you to get to know our research activities!

We believe that personal experience helps destroy harmful prejudice and stereotypes, and this is why we search for and present unique stories in our films that many would not be able to hear otherwise. We organize art events where we portray our community in a way many have never seen before. We invite you to get to know our art work!

We believe in the power of knowledge, and we want Roma children to be proud of their identity in school. This is why we organize camps and workshops, where participants gain valuable knowledge that often translates to life-changing experience for the youth.

Latest Films

Jazz Way Out

How does one get from the poorest district of Budapest to the biggest stages in New York? How can we fight prejudice, defeatism and the obstacles of our sad and dark reality? Explore the unique story of a talented Roma musician and his band that get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to ascend.

3 Brothers

3 Brothers is a story that follows the lives of a separated trio of brothers for several years. They are sons of illiterate refugees from Kosovo who had to leave their home during the war in 1990s. Half of the family was ordered to return to Kosovo in 2009, although the younger children had never been there before, and the father and the oldest brother, Vedat, stayed in Germany. The two younger brothers, Sedat and Nazmija, suddenly ended up together at Prishtina airport in Kosovo, and then at a refugee camp where they saw a life they had never imagined before.


OTP Bank Address: H-1033. Budapest, Florian ter 15. - Hungary

IBAN: HU53 1176 3031 2250 8881 0000 0000, Swift (BIC) OTPVHUHB


Reports: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017