The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

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“Roma and the Holocaust from the Second World War” was the topic for the panel discussion organised by IDEA (International Debate Education Association) Southeast Europe on Wednesday, 18th September 2013, at the “Citizens for European Macedonia” Club in Skopje. At the event IDEA Southeast Europe promoted the Croatian translation of “Pharrajimos: The Fate of the Roma During the Holocaust”, book that offers readers chronologies of the Pharrajimos in the Third Reich and in Hungary and general background on the Roma in Europe before and during World War II.

European Roma Theatre Project
The Roma Theater Pralipe, in partnership with several European institutions and cultural centres, prepares the play With the guitar of seven strings, which is part of the European Roma Theatre Project "The forgotten Genocide". The performances took place in Germany, France, Sweden, Estonia, the Czech Republic and "the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia". The partners in this project are the Cultural Centre DROM (Finland, represented by Veijo Baltzar), the Roma Theater Pralipe (Germany), the Roma Cultural Centre in Stockholm (Sweden), the Estonian-Finnish Institute and the University of Tartu (Estonia), and the cultural centre "L'Espace d'un Instant" (Paris, France). The Roma Theater Pralipe, based in Mühlheim an der Ruhr, played Z 2001. Die Tinte unter meiner Haut in different countries such as Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic and "the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia". This theatre company - founded by Rahim Burhan - usually plays in Romani.

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