5 November is proclaimed UNESCO World Day of the Roma language.

At the ceremony organized by the Macedonian Government, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev stressed that "a society equal to all" is the basic principle of the Government's program and that they are prepared not declaratively, but essentially, to build Macedonia as an inclusive society.

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The Balkanromani language, or the Balkanromani dialects, is a term that encompasses Romani dialects spoken on the Balkan Peninsula

The Balkan Romani language is one of the seven Roma languages ​​spoken by more than a million Roma most of the Balkans, but also in other European countries and in some countries of Asia.

The Balkan Roma are also known for many other local names whose groups speak different dialects and according to certain religion. Roma Muslims (like Roma who came from Turkey), and Roma Christians (Gadzikane - Dasikane Roma)

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The Ministry of Education and Science for the academic year 2018/2019 will award 400 (four hundred) scholarships for social support to students from public and private secondary schools in the Republic of Macedonia.

The conditions for awarding a scholarship are to be regular pupils in the first year with an average of 4.00 in the primary, and also to be regular pupils in II, III and IV year, with an average of at least 4.00.
Not to repeat the year during the course of education, not to be beneficiaries of scholarships from other institutions or firms and to be citizens of the Republic of Macedonia.

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This day was announced in 2015 by UNESCO and called for the preservation of the Roma mother tongue and the tradition and values of the Roma community throughout the world

"The language of one nation is the main factor of cultural and national identity. The number of Roma in Europe is between 12 and 15 million. In more than 60 percent of countries in Eastern and Southeastern Europe, Romani language is spoken, "the information says.

Inascu, marking November 5, state institutions around the world need to contribute to better integration of Roma.
Several countries have already discussed with higher education institutions to have studies in the Roma language, and already in some of these it is realized because there are students of Masters in Romance Studies "

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Out of 85 respondents, Roma graduates from the Republic of Macedonia 53 (63%) plan to continue their undergraduate studies at some of the universities in Macedonia, and 19 graduates (22%) decided not to continue their education.

The micro-research was carried out within the framework of the Romavesitas project - With the support for development towards personal and collective equal approaches and opportunities. The project is implemented from September 2017 to August 2019, and is funded by the Roma Education Fund from Budapest.

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