In the south of the Czech Republic millions people belonging to the Roman population live a very hard life, abandoned from the rest of the society. Many have been expelled from towns to special camps, like the one outside Breclav. The people living there
experience a boring life, without future prospects: no work, no income. And they share accommodations in a converted
cow-house, without hot water.Racism and discrimination across the EU is more widespread than previously thought, and the Roma population is a vulnerable ethnical group.