The German Federal Cultural Foundation supports RomArchive with 3.75 million euros. This is a clear statement: one of Europe’s largest public foundations attends to Europe’s largest minority, acknowledges the wealth of their centuries-old culture, and makes it better known.
The fact that a German federal institution embraces such a project is of particular significance in view of Nazi Germany’s genocide of the Roma, which claimed 500,000 of their lives.
The Goethe-Institut supports the work of RomArchive and accompanies it with events.
The Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen is the cooperative partner and is responsible for the technical implementation.
Independent Theatre (Független Színház)
Museum for Romani Culture (Museum Romské Kultury)
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