City of the Roma
Nadezhda, in Bulgaria, is one of the biggest and worst Roma ghettos in Europe. 20,000 people live packed into an unsanitary environment, walled off from the city by a three metre high wall.
Nadezhda itself is strikingly symbolic of the apartheid that most Roma suffer from in Europe today.
A glimmer of hope exists through education between the segregated schools in the ghetto and the rare few that welcome Rom children on the outside.