School is still proving elusive for many of Bulgaria’s Roma. But recent desegregation programs are starting to make a difference by Polia Alexandrova SOFIA, Bulgaria–Georgi Ivanov is six years old. Like many other kids his age in Lyuljin, one of the poorest districts of the Bulgarian capital Sofia, he is supposed to start school in […]

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