No jobs because we are Roma
Every day, 35-year-old Daniel Metodiev faces the reality of being an unemployed father of four. He has unpaid electric bills, a pantry with little food and no money to pay for his son’s medicine.
It has been this way since the metallurgicfactory where Metodiey worked closed its doors. He and his wife have tried to find new jobs. They say it has been a challenge not because of a lack of skills or experience, but because they are Roma.
While Daniel continues to look for work, he dreams of a brighter future for his children; one in which they are not hindered by the same prejudice he faces.