A new book about the history, culture and contemporary plight of the Czech Republic's large Roma minority has just hit the bookshelves.
With the support of the Irish government, the book - called "Life in Black and White" - was published by the Olga Havlova Foundation, named after the late wife of President Vaclav Havel. Dr Milena Cerna is the foundation's director:
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