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en/kosovo-roma-surviving-as-informal-collectors-in-struggling-waste-management-system#c198082

Roma work informally for waste management companies, surviving on a fifth of the average Kosovo wage

Author: Stuart Greer, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Published on: 4 November 2019

"A Dire Need To Survive' Drives Kosovo Roma To Risky Recycling", 9 October 2019

Faced with discrimination, many among Kosovo's [Roma] population make a living by selling scrap to recycling companies. The job is poorly paid and risky, but one of the few they can find.

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