feminist racism-critical

RomaniPhen e.V. Romnja* and Sintizze* organization

RomaniPhen e.V. is an organisation of Romnja* and Sintizze*. We work feminist, racism-critical and empowering! As a self-organization we are mainly active in education, knowledge and cultural production. We work in the field of extracurricular, historical and political education, on racism-critical training and also in the development of educational materials. Our work focuses on feminist work with girls, Romani-related events and the networking of activists, as well as the appreciation and dissemination of Romani knowledge.


RomaniPhen and Inirromnja in conversation with Margo Okazawa-Rey (Combahee River Collective) RomaniPhen and the inirromnja visit to Margo Okazawa Rey

Romani Chaji: how we want to be called The racist term. Where does it come from and why is it

E ISTORIA ANDAR ROMANI CHAJI (The Story of Romani Chaji) Our Romani Chaji is back with a great new video:

Zoralipe – Empowerment (Kurzfilm SDH EN) Young and experienced activists, Romnja and Sintizzi share what empowers them? Insights into questions

„Invisible Wound“ Podcast with Tayo Awosusi-Onutor Our board member Tayo Awosusi-Onutor was invited by Sharon Ryba-Kahn to talk about transgenerational

Intersectionality in movement – Romani feminists in conversation with RomaniPhen e.V. We are Svetlana Kostić and Isidora Randjelović and have

(H)Our Realities | BIWOC Rising* & Romaniphen With BIWOC* Rising “Using an intersectional lens, we sift through our inherent forms

The Roma Woman From Stigmatization to Affirmation Stories About the Struggle to Exist Throughout History – Maria Luiza Medela What

Roma Feminist Activism in Europa – Research Article – Alba Hernández Romani feminist activism is characterized by its transgenerational and

General report of “The International Network Sinti and RomaniPhenja* Network Online Meeting” Prepared by: Alba Hernández Sánchez The International Network

The transformative power of intersectionality – Intersectional practices to promote social justice and reduce inequalities A new publication from Robert


Preview des Films “Ein Land, viele Stimmen – Kämpfe von Migrant*innen, PoC, Sinti*zze & Rom*nja für Bürger*innenrechte und Wahlrecht”  14.09  Einlass ab 18.45, Beginn 19 Uhr Aquarium, Skalitzer Straße 6, Berlin-Kreuzberg Der Film ist in deutscher und englischer Lautsprache mit englischen und deutschen Untertiteln. Das Gespräch findet in deutscher und…
Mit Fachbeiträgen, Inputs und Gesprächen u.A. von und mit: Prof. Dr. Ethel Brooks, Prf. Dr. Jane Weiss, Svetlana Kostić, Drita Jakupi, Hajdi Barz, Kelly Laubinger uvm. Anmeldung an: rowitt@stadtdo.de