Romania’s governing program will widen national minorities’ rights so that they can preserve their cultural and ethnic identity, Prime Minister Emil Boc said in early January, local media reports. Asked whether the governing program includes a new law regarding national minorities, Boc said there is no new law, but a normative act regarding national minorities, which takes into account the Constitution and the Venice Commission.

"I'm proud of my former students, and nearly 80 percent of them have become key persons in the emancipation of Roma (Gypsies) population," says Gheorghe Sarau, inspector for Romani Education.

The recent violence toward the Roma in Romania and Hun-gary generated con-cern inside the civil societies of the two countries.  At the initiative of a group of human rights activists, a workshop on possible intervention solutions and resolutions took place in Tirgu Mures.

The Hungarians in several localities from Transylvania com-memorated last week 160 years from the sacrifice of the 13 generals during the 1848 Hungarian Revolution.

Campanie PER de promovare a cunoasterii si acceptarii diversitatii


Forum de discutii pe subiecte legate de minoritatile etnice din Romania...


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