29 March 2017
The Ad hoc Committee of Experts on Roma and Traveller Issues (CAHROM) meet at the European Centre for Modern Languages on 29-31 March. The thematic visit, involving representatives from 9 countries, focuses on the protection, preservation and teaching of languages spoken by Roma, Sinti and Yenish, including ways to handle the opposition of traditional communities to have their languages written and taught.
The group will also address the usability of the existing policies and materials for the improvement of the situation of the languages spoken by Roma and Travellers and the future perspectives of their developments.
At the meeting, the ECML's training and consultancy initiative "Quality education in Romani for Europe (QualiROM)" will be presented.
- CAHROM website
- Quality education in Romani for Europe (QualiROM)
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