New Romani lexicon promoted with Kalderash dialect

In Sweden, a new Romani lexicon was promoted today, according to the Calderan dialect.

This kind of Roma Lexicon in Sweden is second. Otherwise, the first one was made 12 years ago in 2007, which was in the Arleian dialect.

This second Roma vocabulary with a Caldera dialect was prepared by David Demetri of Stockholm.

David Demeter himself mentioned that he was satisfied with the finished product, and that this lexicon could also be used to teach the Romance language with a Calderican dialect.

The academic title is still a taboo among Roma women

Girls and women from the Roma ethnic community from the state received favorable conditions for education and participation in the labor market. But for now, the figures show the opposite. The number of Roma women with secondary education has increased, but the faculty still seems to be a "taboo" in the Roma community. However, the situation is not so black as it was several decades ago, when in relation to education Roma women were synonymous with illiteracy. What is the reason why the small number of graduated Roma women in the last few years, when the state awards more than 100 student scholarships in one academic year with the goal of integrating Roma into the society through education.

According to the State Statistical Office data, at the end of the school year 2016/2017, there were 9,328 Roma students in primary schools throughout the country, of which almost half or 4,548 girls. It is striking that when it comes to continuing education. The Roma face the autostomy that they do not need anything more than "eight or nine departments".

Only 1,409 Roma students continued their secondary education in the same school year, of which only 622 girls. In the same school year, 305 Roma received a diploma for secondary education, of which 125 girls.

It is evident that Roma are the most numerous in primary education, and for secondary school they have begun to decide in the last decade motivated by state scholarships, which represent a great financial motive. And when we come to the faculty, he is a "luxury" among the Roma. In addition to this is the fact that in 2017 only 11 young Roma and 19 Roma boys graduated.

According to the SSO, a total of 82 Roma were enrolled in the last school year 2017/2018, and the greatest interest was for the Faculty of Philosophy and Medicine.

 According to the Annual Report on Public Sector Employees, published by the Ministry of Information Society and Administration, in 2017, 1,270 were employed in the public sector, or 1,14% were Roma.

For the peaceful and harmonious development of society, it is necessary to respect the ethnic identity and interests of all citizens, and in this direction also the Roma. Every literate and, to a greater extent, an academic citizen of a Roma community is in favor of the society, which in turn should be committed to seizing the capacities of the educated and capable individuals by directing as much as possible a more productive collective.

More than 50 percent of young people in Macedonia are illiterate

UNICEF emphasized that an education is needed which will give every child the best chance to develop his masculine potential at all stages of his life.

Otherwise, the literacy of the young people in Macedonia was debated for the first time due to the World Bank's economic report for the Western Balkans since 2017, when they came up with data that in Macedonia two thirds of the young population is functionally illiterate. Of the 70 ranked countries in the world, Macedonia is at the 68th place in front of Kosovo and the Dominican Republic.

The draft report also contains recommendations for reforming the national assessment, revising state matura as well as a functional system for professional and career development of teachers.

This analysis will be reflected and some of our views as a ministry and government will be re-examined in order to improve the education system. Part of our attitudes are incorporated in the draft version of the law on primary education, "said Arbr Ademi, Minister of Education and Science.


High school students leave the school because they have no motivation for education

About 5% of young people aged 18 to 24 in BiH have completed a maximum of 2 grade high school, while in the EU countries the percentage is around 10.6%
The goal of the EU's strategy is that it should be 10% by 2020, according to the report on social inclusion in BiH for 2017.

The information from this report shows that the situation in the region in Montenegro is similar to that in BiH, while in Serbia and Macedonia there is a higher percentage of dropout in education than the one in BiH. In Serbia, that percentage is about 7% and in Macedonia 10%.

According to the report from the Directorate, the children most often leave school because they do not have enough interest and motivation without much support from the parents and a sense of security inside the family.

The most vulnerable category of children when access to education is access are children with special needs, socially vulnerable category and Roma children.

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