Ackovic, Dragoljub
(1952- )
   Yugoslavia (Serbia). Journalist and broadcaster. He studied at Belgrade University. From his youth, he took part in the drive for the advancement of the Gypsies and participated in international gatherings. He has published many articles and two books-one on the history of the Gypsies in Yugoslavia and the other on the Jasenovac concentration camp. Ack-ovic currently works as a journalist and has been responsible for broadcasts in Romani. He is also president of the Romano Kultur-ako Klubi in Belgrade.

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