Council of Slovak Roma


Council of Slovak Roma
   (RRS)
   Slovakia. Est. 2003. Chairperson: Frantisek Gulas. The council held its first conference in KoSice in January 2003 and has more than 15,000 members. It aims, in cooperation with other Romany organizations, to work with the Slovak government to improve the situation for the country's Roma population.

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