According to the 2022 census, there are 131,936 Roma in Serbia

According to the latest population census from 2022, the Roma national community in Serbia has 131,936 members.

Serbia through normative acts, such as the Strategy for Social Inclusion of Roma and Roma Women in Serbia for the period 2022-2030. year and following the Action Plan, strives to improve the position and integrate into society that often marginalized social group. "Through normative acts, such as the Strategy for the Social Inclusion of Roma and Roma Women in the Republic of Serbia for the period 2022-2030 and the accompanying Action Plan, the Republic of Serbia strives to improve the position and integrate this still often marginalized social group into society. community in Serbia, according to the latest population census from 2022, has 131,936 members, who live all over the country. Roma in Serbia have the right to their own language and alphabet, and children of the Roma nationality can study it at school as an optional subject." it was stated in the announcement of the ministry.

Good news for all citizens who have been given to an executor for debts over 10 years old – the Constitutional Court has ruled, the law is on their side!

The Constitutional Court decided not to initiate a procedure for the Law on Amendments and Supplements to the Law on Obligation Relations and the Law on Execution because it considers that both laws are in accordance with the Constitution.

This means that the allegations of the petitioners from 15 initiatives that were submitted to the Court for this matter are not accepted.

All articles from the amendments to the Law on Obligation Relations remain in legal circulation, such as article 1 which defines that the amount of due, unpaid penalty interest stops flowing when it reaches the amount of the principal.


Bujanovac, Serbia: 70 Roma children were given packages by an anonymous pop artist at a New Year's party

On January 3, 2024, in Bujanovac, after unsuccessful attempts to get Christmas packages for the children from the Roma community from Bujanovac, who attend the preparatory preschool program, a pop artist contacted the teacher Shuki Demirović and donated 70 packages worth 46,400 dinars.

As the New Year approached, we asked for help with the packages, but we were running out of time. We wrote to the addresses of several humanitarian organizations, but unfortunately no one wanted to help the Roma children in Bujanovac - says the educator Shuki Demirovic, who contacted us through the Java Bujanovacchi application, for the Bujanovački portal.

After unsuccessful attempts to make the smallest members of his community happy for the holidays, Demirovic finally received good news.

- We were first contacted by the IDC organization from Belgrade, whose members told us that they could help by donating shoes for children. The next day I received feedback from a pop artist, who I can say is a great humanitarian and a man with a big heart, who gave away 70 packages, but wanted to remain anonymous - explains Demirović.

According to him, the value of the package is 46,400 dinars.

- I would like to use this opportunity to thank our donor, on behalf of the children, parents, teachers and the director of the school. At the same time, I congratulate everyone on the New Year and the New Year's holidays - says Demirovic for Portalor. Bujanovachke.





Is ethnicity a predictor of poverty?

Poverty is not a characteristic of nationality, but a consequence of complex social, economic and political factors. It includes factors such as inequality, lack of opportunities, poor quality education and health care, inadequate infrastructure, lack of jobs and social security. Poverty can also be a consequence of a bad situation, when the state does not function in the interest of all citizens and does not adopt effective policies to overcome poverty. That is why it is important to work on overcoming poverty and strengthening economic and social equality for all citizens through joint efforts of the state, society and the international community.

In addition, poverty can also be a consequence of discrimination and inequality, where some communities, including minorities, women, LGBT and other marginalized groups, have fewer opportunities and less access to resources than others. Stereotypes and prejudices also play a significant role in deepening poverty and discrimination in these communities.

In order to overcome poverty, it is necessary to implement systemic changes in the economic and political structure, as well as the involvement of all relevant stakeholders in the work to overcome poverty. An interdisciplinary approach is needed that includes the economic, social, political and cultural dimensions, as well as the inclusion of all communities in the decision-making process.

Poverty cannot be overcome overnight, but requires long-term and persistent efforts by all relevant actors. It is important to start with the most vulnerable communities and work on strengthening their capacities, in order to increase their chances of successfully facing the challenges of poverty.

Of course, it is important to emphasize that poverty is not a characteristic of nationality, but a consequence of complex social, economic and political factors and that it can only be overcome through systemic and long-term changes in the economic, social and political structure.



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6-to Romano Čhavorikanoo muzikakoro festivali 
„Čhavorikano Suno 2022“ – SP BTR

6-ти Ромски Детски музички фестивал
„Детски Сон 2022„ – СП БТР

6th Romani Children's Music Festival
"Children's Dream 2022" - SP BTR

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