Censusi për Banesat dhe Popullatën Rome ne Shqipëri
Fondacioni publikon sot 23 Korrik 2014 Censusin e banesave dhe popullates rome ne Shqiperi. Rezultatet paraqesin nje pamje te qarte te situates se komunitetit rom ne shkalle vendi dhe ne nivel bashkie/komune. Censusi ka mbuluar 115 vendbanime ne te gjithe territorin e vendit pergjate periudhes Tetor 2013 - Shkurt 2014.


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