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The Amaro Records Studio in Brno, Czech Republic (http://www.amarorecords.cz).
The Amaro Records Studio in Brno, Czech Republic (http://www.amarorecords.cz).

Czech Republic: Amaro Records recording studio wants to bring majority society and Romani people together

25.4.2017 8:14 The social enterprise Amaro Records, which includes a music café and recording studio, is now running in Brno, Czech Republic. Besides producing music and video clips, the business wants to employ mainly young Romani people.  full story

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Gejza Horváth: The author of "Brnox" cheated and disappointed me. Humiliation and ridicule of Romani people dominate her book.

13.4.2017 10:51 The award-winning book "Brnox" by Kateřina Šedá continues to spark passionate discussion in the Romani community. The author won the prestigious Magnesia Litera prize in the category of journalism for the book, but criticism of it has begun to intensify, especially by Romani people.  full story

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Former Czech Human Rights Minister Michael Kocáb calls on Gejza Horváth to attend the Roma Spirit ceremony

24.10.2016 18:47 Michael Kocáb, the former Czech Human Rights Minister and head of the Roma Spirit project in the Czech Republic responded yesterday to the open letter published by Gejza Horváth, who has renounced his nomination for the Roma Spirit Award in the category of Romani Culture. Horváth published the letter two days ago through his Facebook profile in response to the death of a 27-year-old Romani man in a pizzeria in the Czech town of Žatec.  full story




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