The Roma Nation Day is the international holiday of the Roma that was introduced during the first Roma World Congress in 1971 in London. Today this holiday is celebrated by the Roma all over the world.  The Roma Nation Day is apart from the Roma flag and the Roma hymne (Djelem, Djelem) the symbol of the Roma nation. The day is called for recognition for the identity and identity as a people. As a result of this day, De Centrale organizes an atmospheric Roma day every year in collaboration with various partners. With this year on the program o.l.v. Toy4Inclusion, (pupils) Opre Roma, Roma Cherchenora children's choir and a brand new 'Karavaan' or 'Intercity Caravan'.


17u00 deuren
17u30 speech en Roma-hymne
18u00 documentaire (regie Tinus Holthuis)
18u20 Toy4Inclusion + projectie foto’s
18u40 Kinderkoor Romane Cherchenore
19u00 Leerlingen Opré Roma
19u30 De Gentse Karavaan
20u30 De  Antwerpse Karavaan
21u30 Intercity Karavan

Co-org. Goeste Majeur, Stad Gent, Madam Fortuna, Nestas, Opre Roma & Toy4Inclusion.  Special thanks to Dana Karolcikova for the promotional image.


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