Exploring ties between Romani culture and the field of translation

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Roma Translation Project

The Center for Publishing Development/OSI (Budapest, Hungary) provides a list of titles initially recommended for translation within the structure of the Roma Translation Project. The project was subsequently transferred to the Next Page Foundation. The program for support of publications in the Romani language published online shows the translation activities that transpired between 2000 and 2007.

Countries involved: Albania, Bulgaria, Russia, Kosovo, Belarus, Macedonia, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Montenegro, Slovakia and the Ukraine.

Languages of translation and publication: Romani, English, Belorussian, Bulgarian, Czech, Romanian, Hungarian, Serbian, Slovak, Russian and Ukrainian.

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