The Roma Traditional Court (Roma: Chris) is a traditional court for conflict resolution in the Roma community.
The term derives from the Greek, "crisis" (judgment). It is a key institution for the implementation of Romani law (Romani: romano zewo; customuri) in Roma social life.
For years, the decisions of this internal institution have been respected, including today's everyday life.
Within this framework, the IRU also has this Commission in its structures. At its head is Gregor Julson, a long-time and experienced fisherman, and well-versed in these conditions. Also members of the European Commission are Chrysars of European soil who are well aware of this issue. These are: Theodor Mutto from Sweden, Milos Nikolic, Jan Gil, Stefan Vidov and Joseph Lakatos.
They have also adopted the IRU Crisis Code adopted by the Parliament in Belgrade, and at the same time the Council with its own office in Sweden-Malmö.
For the first time in the history of the Roma Chris in Skopje in March 2020 during the 11th IRU Congress, the Traditional IRU Chris has considered the possibility of joining Chris and being a member of Chris - a Roma woman.
It is actually a revolution in the Roma Chris, and it will be made clear that the dignity and right of the Roma woman is rising to a new higher level.