It seems that these days, getting an employment is becoming an increasingly demanding project, which is increasing the risk of social exclusion, especially of the most vulnerable social groups. One of the most marginalized social groups with especially difficult access to the labour market are Roma women, who are even more than Roma men or the majority population subjected to factors that increase the risk of social exclusion and poverty. Roma women living in the Municipality of Novo mesto find themselves in a particularly disadvantaged position, being exposed to poor living conditions, numerous health problems, prejudice and stereotypes of the majority population and employers, while their access to the labour market is further complicated by the low level of attained education and early entrapment in traditional roles of a housewife, a mother and a wife. When speaking of Roma women, we cannot easily summarize the identities of gender in ethnicity, but must examine the circumstances which they are facing at the crossing of both identity positions. This is the subject of intersectional research approach that I will be using in my master's thesis to better understand and solve the difficult position of Roma women in the labour market.