Čačipen pal o Roma. A Global Report on Roma in Slovakia

Jurásková Martina, Nicholson Tom, Vašečka Michal

A. Karel Novák, Bezáková Katarína, Cangár Ján, Cina Stanislav, Džambazovič Roman, Harakaľ Marek, Haviarová Eva, Hivešová-Šilanová Daniela, Hriczko Ivan, Jarábik Balázs, Jurová Anna, Jurásková Martina, Jurík Milan, Kollárová Zuzana, Končoková Eva, Kotvanová Alena, Kováč Milan, Kriglerová Elena, Kumanová Zuzana, Kušnieriková Natália, Lajčáková Jarmila, Lamačková Adriana, Loran Tibor, Maczejková Mária, Magdolenová Kristína, Majchrák Jozef, Mušinka Alexander, Puliš Peter, Radičová Iveta, Repová Ingrid, Rigová Silvia, Strečanský Boris, Szép Attila, Sándor Eleonóra, Tkáčová Anna, Tokár Adrián, Uherek Zdeněk, Vaňo Boris, Vašečka Imrich, Vašečka Michal, Černáková Ivana, Šaško Peter, Šebesta Michal, Šimčáková Ľudmila

IVO, Bratislava, 6_2003


This publication offers a comprehensive analysis of the Roma problem, one of the most serious social, cultural, and civilization issues in Slovakia. The Global Report on Roma in Slovakia contains information on the cultural identity of the Roma. It analyzes relations between this ethnic group and majority population, as well as the group’s present social situation. The book further sketches demographic trends in the development of the Roma population, and devotes attention to the legislative and institutional framework of Roma problems in an international context. It portrays the historical context of the life of the Roma minority in Slovakia, and offers a bibliography of works on particular Roma issues at the end of each chapter.##to come soon

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 Number of pages   525
 Format   paperback
 ISBN   80-88935-46-6

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