Romani people - Who Are the Roma?
NDI celebrated the culture and achievements -- and highlighted the plight -- of the Roma people, commonly called gypsies, in honor of the 40th anniversary ...
Romani people - THE ROAD - A homage to the Romani people
THE ROAD - A homage to the Romani people and similar groups in India, Europe and all over the world. Music: Amsterdam Klezmer Band 'Doina' and 'Kesikköprü'. ...
Romani people in Germany
There are an estimated 170,000-300,000 Romani people in Germany, constituting around 0.1% of the population. One-third of Germany Romani belong to the Sinti group. The majority of Romani in Germany la...
Romani people in Germany - Wikipedia
Lomavren language
Lomavren (Armenian: Լոմավրեն lomavren) is a nearly extinct mixed language, spoken by the Lom people, that arose from language contact between Romani-speaking people and the Armenian language.
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Romani people in Ukraine
The presence of a Romani minority in Ukraine was first documented in the early 14th century. Romani maintained their social organizations and folkways, shunning non-Romani contacts, education and valu...
Romani people in Ukraine - Wikipedia
North Central Romani
Carpathian Romani, also known as Central Romani or Romungro Romani, is a group of dialects of the Romani language spoken from southern Poland to Hungary, and from eastern Austria to Ukraine.North Cent...
Servitka Roma
Servitka Roma (Ukrainian Серви, Russian Сэрвы) is a subgroup of Romani. They formed as a group in Ukraine, where their ancestors had come from Serbia. Servitka Roma are part of the Romani people in Uk...
Servitka Roma - Wikipedia
Ketani Association
The Ketani Association is an Austrian association for Romani and Sinti. It was founded in 1998 by Gitta Martl and her brother Albert Kugler in Linz, Austria.
Many Romani people and Sinti did not p...
Romani people in the Republic of Macedonia
According to the last census from 2002, there were 53 879 people counted as Romani in the Republic of Macedonia, or 2.66% of the population. Another 3 843 people have been counted as "Egyptians" (0.2%...
Romani people in the Republic of Macedonia - Wikipedia
Union of Roma in Macedonia
The Union of Roma in Macedonia (Sojuz na Romite na Makedonija) is a political party in the Republic of Macedonia. At the last legislative elections, 5 July 2006, the party won 1 out of 120 seats as pa...
Finnish Kalo language
Finnish Kalo (Fíntika Rómma) is a language of the Romani language family (a subgroup of Indo-European) spoken by Finnish Kale. The language is not inherently intelligible with Scandoromani or Anglorom...
Dazdie
Dazdie was the tax paid by Romani state serfs in Bessarabia to the Russian Empire after the region was incorporated in 1812. Roma state serfs were organised in 3 categories: Privately owned Roma serfs...
Decade of Roma Inclusion
The Decade of Roma Inclusion (Deshbersh le Romengo Anderyaripnasko in Romani) is an initiative of 12 European countries to improve the socio-economic status and social inclusion of the Romani minority...
Decade of Roma Inclusion - Wikipedia
Sinti
The Sinti (also Sinta or Sinte; masc. sing. Sinto fem. sing. Sintisa) are a Romani people of Central Europe. Traditionally itinerant, today only a small percentage of the group remains unsettled. In...
Sinti - Wikipedia
Carsten Jensen
Carsten Jensen is a Danish author and political columnist. He was born on 24 July 1952 in Marstal. He first earned recognition as a literary critic for the Copenhagen daily, Politiken. His novels, inc...
Carsten Jensen - Wikipedia
Northern Romani dialects
Northern Romani is group of dialects of the Romani language spoken in various Northern European, Central European and Eastern European countries.The first grammatical outline of Romani was done on Sin...
Northern Romani dialects - Wikipedia
Balkan Romani
Balkan Romani is a group of dialects of the Romani language spoken in various Roma groups in the Balkans.
Elšík uses this classification and dialect examples (geographical information from Matras...
Romani people in Bosnia and Herzegovina
There have been Romani people in Bosnia and Herzegovina for more than 600 years. According to the 1991 census, there were 8,864 Romani in Bosnia and Herzegovina or 0.2% of the population.
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Scandoromani language
Scandoromani (Swedish: romani, Norwegian: romani, Scandoromani: romani rakripa alt. tavringens rakripa), also known as Tavringer Romani and the Tattare language, is a North Germanic based ...