LIVE BROADCAST: Gala awards ceremony Tajsa 2019 for Roma in the arts and culture
The European Roma Institute for Arts and Culture (ERIAC) will be giving awards today to Romani people engaged in arts and culture throughout Europe. The first-ever Tajsa Prize will be awarded today, 9 December 2019, in Berlin.
In addition to the award itself, the winning individual chosen by the jury will be given a financial reward of EUR 5 200. ROMEA TV will broadcast live from the gala evening.
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