The exhibition ‘Racial Diagnosis: Gypsy’ at the National Museum of Kosovo displays photographs of Roma and Sinti people who were killed at the Nazis’ Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp during World War II.
The education of children from the first to the twelfth grade is mandatory for all citizens of Kosovo, but over the years students from the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities have been part of the discussions about dropping out of school.
The fifth edition of the independent Roma film festival in Kosovo hosted its opening ceremony on Tuesday, the beginning of three days of films, artistic exhibitions and musical acts across the city.
Kosovo’s Rolling Film Festival takes the lead in bringing Roma contribution to Kosovo cultural life to the fore, and continuing the legacy of Roma poet and political activist Kujtim Pacaku.
Prizren-born politician and poet Kujtim Pacaku's death was announced this morning during a Kosovo Assembly session.