The Minority Studies Society “Studii Romani” is created in 1991 and is one of the first Non-governmental organizations in Bulgaria after the changes in Eastern Europe.
CampUS Culturae. Supported by Culture Programme 2007-2013.
In Partnership with University of Santiago de Compostela & CHE Consult GmbH (Dortmund) & University of Lodz & Ponte... nas ondas! (Ganfei) & Institute of Foreign Languages at University of Iceland (Reykjavik).
Products from our activities:
2. Catalogue books of the exhibition:
- Marushiakova, Elena and Vesselin Popov. 2012. Roma Culture in Past and Present. Catalogue. Sofia: Paradigma.
- Marushiakova, Elena and Vesselin Popov. 2012. I Romani etnokultura: Paluptnipe thaj akana. Katalogo. Sofia: Paradigma.
The multimedia “Romani Kids’ Publications” presenting books and other publications for Roma children, shows a variety of publications written in Romani and in other (majority) languages, and published in 20 countries. The general idea of the multimedia is to demonstrate that books and other reading materials for Romani kids are part of the literary scene with diversity of genres, authors, and topics in many countries across Europe. It is produced in 4 languages: English, Spanish, Bulgarian, and Romani Language.
The multimedia is presented and distributed within the book-fairs in Leipzig (2013), Frankfurt (2015) and Bologna (2016).