Svako berś pe 5-to Novèmbro, e Roma andar i Evrὸpa pakăvaren o dives palal i Maśkarutni Romani Ćhib. Vakerdi trujal sasto sundal, i Romani ćhib si i ćhib e Romenqi, jekh ćhib inkerdi thaj nakhavdi katar jekh generàcia kaj aver śel berśendar trujal vakerdi ćhib. And-o angluno Romano Kongrèso and-e 1971, i Romani Ćhib sas prinžardi sar e Romenqi ćhib and-e Evrὸpa. Kodo kerdăs so i ćhib si thovdi and-e verver maśkarthemutne krisa, sar si e Evropaki Kàrta palal e Regionalno thaj Minoriteturenqi Ćhib katar o Konsìlo e Evropaqo.
Every year on the 5th of November, Roma in Europe celebrate the International Romani Language Day.Spoken throughout the world, Romani is the language of Roma, a language preserved and sent on from generation to generation over the centuries mainly in its oral form.During the first Romani Congress in 1971, Romani was officially recognised as the language of Roma in Europe.
The Romanian Cultural Centre in London (RCC)/ Ratiu Family Foundation (RFF) are pleased to announce the collaboration with the EU Delegation and the US Mission to the United Nations in Geneva for the photo exhibition The Roma – from ‘extra’ to ‘ordinary’. The photographs will be displayed in the Hall des Pas Perdus, UN Palace of Nations starting with 12 September 2014 (1:00 pm) as a parallel event to the 27th Human Rights Council at the U
LIVES, a film journey of one young Askali man’s quest to understand why the life expectancy of his people is so much shorter than that of their neighbors, had its premier 20 August at DokuFest, the prestigious international film festival that has become an institution in Prizren, Kosovo. The search for answers looks particularly at livelihood, environmental conditionals, diet, smoking and early marriage- aiming both for action from institutions and from people themselves to make positive changes.