Rajko Djuric Foundation
   Prague. Named after the writer Rajko Djuric, the foundation carries out a number of charitable and civil rights activities. It organizes a national festival, Romfest, each year in Moravia and has produced a number of programs for Czech television.

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  • Czech Republic — (Czechia)    Estimated Gypsy population: 200,000. The 1991 census (taken before Czechoslovakia was divided) recorded only 33,000 Romanies. The 2001 census recorded 72,000 with Romani as their mother tongue but only 11,000 declared themselves as… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Scuka, Emil —    Czechoslovakia. Contemporary political and cultural activist. He was elected secretary of the International Romani Union at the fourth World Romany Congress and president at the fifth congress. He is also president of the Rajko DjuriC… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Bibliography —    I. INTRODUCTION    The bibliography is arranged by classes and subclasses. With very few exceptions, only works published after 1945 have been included. For historical works, one should consult George Black s A Gypsy Bibliography (Edinburgh:… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

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