Lista Preliminare e Përfituesve të bursës për nxënës të Shkollave të Mesme Profesionale

Të nderuar,

Faleminderit shumë për aplikimin e juaj në programin VET. Fakti  që pranuam rreth 200 aplikacione, na dëshmon se puna jonë është me vlerë dhe nevojat janë të mëdha.

Ne jemi të kënaqur të ju prezantojmë listën preliminare të programit VET për vitin 2020-2021.

Roma Versitas Kosovo (RKV) and Romawood Rolling Film Festival #6 (RFF6

Pre-Preview Selection Committee

Roma Versitas Kosovo (RKV) and Romawood

Rolling Film Festival #6 (RFF6)

Pre-Preview Selection Committee

Roma Versitas Kosovo is looking ten (10) volunteers who will become judges to overview about 150 films each that Rolling festival have received for upcoming edition.

In total about 1600 films has been received in the film freeway platform which will be shared by 10 judges.

All films must be Pre-Preview by 5th October 2020.

The position of this committee is unpaid position.

The person interested in pre-preview of the films needs to send their CV and one small paragraph of why he wants to join the selection committee.

All the films are subtitled in English, therefore basic English skills required.

Age requirements its above 23 years old.

Send us your CV and motivations latter in English to [email protected], [email protected] .

Roma Versitas Kosovo (RKV) and Romawood Vacancy Announcement

Rolling Film Festival #6

(RFF #6)

Position: Project Coordinator

Location: Prishtina, Kosovo

The Rolling Film Festival (RFF) Coordinator will be a mature and well-organized individual who will manage the #6 of the festivals. The Coordinator should maintain an overview and long-term perspective on RFF6 and be fully committed to support the best possible cultural event.

The Rolling Film Festivals (2009, 2011 and 2012, 2014 and 2018) have become Kosovo’s most appreciated event for introducing other Kosovo communities to the Roma community, for supporting Romani artistic expression and for providing a festive, dynamic and transformative venue for combating stereotypes and promoting positive inter-ethnic relations.

Duties in general

  • Fundraising and donor relations
  • Implementation and recruitment of volunteers
  • Team management
  • Planning, promoting and coordinating the various actions of the festival

  • Bookkeeping (with the support of RKV permanent staff)

  • Monitoring and evaluation

  • Partnership development (other film festivals, networks, artists)
  • Manage projection/broadcast rights, translation, and subtitling 
  • General administration
  • Reporting to donors

Administrative and Management Duties

•     Provide supervision and guidance when necessary and appropriate

•     Ensure that the project budget is spent according to project plan and allocation

•     Supervise purchase of all materials envisioned in the project budget

•     Provide timely clear reports, according to donor’s requirements

•     Creatively direct the program so as to surpass objectives and indicators

Profile of the applicant

  • Preferably from Kosovo but we also open to other countries in Europe.
  • Two-year experience with related culture events (or previous work on two major cultural events)
  • Considerable knowledge of major event management
  • Advance computer skills
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to different situations to meet necessary deadlines
  • Experience supervising large numbers of volunteer staff
  • Ability to manage multiple activities or to change priorities quickly
  • Ability and willing to work with an ethnically diverse population
  • Fluency in English and Albanian; Serbian strongly preferred
  • Must possess a driver’s license valid in Kosovo.
  • Roma applicants encouraged to apply

Minimum Training and Experience

University degree (MA preferred) in Arts History, Cinema History, Cultural Management or similar with extensive course work in cultural organizations, 2 years of project management with program coordination experience; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Roma applicants are encouraged to apply no matter their education degree (experience in cultural project management will outweigh minimum education requirement).

Working Time and Hours

The RFF Coordinator will work Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 16:30. Total working hours shall be 40 hours per week and any additional hours that the Coordinator shall at his/her own discretion believe necessary to meet the RFF objectives.  S/he shall be entitled to 5 days of holiday after every three months of work, which may be accumulated and used. 


510.77 Euros net per month.


1st November 2020 until 30th April 2021 – with possibility to extend

Please email your CV and Cover Letter in English to [email protected] and [email protected] not later than September 30 2020.



Për përfitim të bursave për nxënës që vijojnë shkolla të mesme profesionale që i përkasin komuniteteve Romë Ashkali dhe Egjiptian të cilët janë të  regjistruar si nxënës të rregullt në vitin akademik 2020/2021.

Në kuadër të projektit “Edukimi, Punësimi, Partneriteti dhe Barazia Gjinore”Formula e suksesit në edukimin dhe formimin profesional, mbështetja për nxënësit e komuniteteve Romë Ashkali dhe Egjiptian nëpërmjet bursave, mentorimit dhe tutorimit” financuar dhe mbështetur nga Agjensia Austriake per Zhvillim dhe implementuar nga Roma Versitas Kosovo(RVK) ne bashkepunim me Roma Education Fund (REF).


Za dodelu stipendija učenicima Romske, Aškaliske i Egipcanske zajednice koji su redovno upisani u srednje škole profesionalne na području Kosova u Akademsku godinu 2020/2021 godini.

U okviru Projekta “ Obrazovanje, Zaposljavanje, Partnerstvo i Polna Ravnopravnost; Formula za uspeh u Strucnom Obrazovanju i Treningu“, podrška učenicima srednjih škola kroz stipendije, mentorstvo i tutorstvo koju finansijski podržava Austriska Agencija za Razvoj a impelmenetira Roma Versitas Kosovo (RVK) u saradnji sa Romskim Obrazovnim Fondom (REF).

COVID-19 Pandemic, Roma Ashkalia and Egyptian Situational Report for Kosovo

The vast majority of Kosovo Roma, Ashkalia and Egyptian communities in Kosovo lives in extreme poverty faces social exclusion and has a very limited access to basic services in both local and central level institutions. With the spread of COVID-19 the minority communities such as Roma, Ashkalia and Egyptian’s find themselves living in margins of the society depending now more than ever on Kosovo’s social system.

As a Civil Society Organization Roma Versitas Kosovo’s (RVK) main goal is to promote higher education amongst the members of these three communities in Kosovo region, as such RVK has a large network of students throughout Kosovo who provide information on the current situation of their communities on daily basis.

The goal of this report is to present the current situation of Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptian communities in Kosovo and contains specific overview and recommendations for actions to be taken in the future due to the spread of COVID-19.

In the scope of the project “Community Rights and Youth Awareness for Roma, Ashkalia and Egyptian communities in Kosovo” supported by the US Embassy in Pristina we have continued to advocate especially during this pandemic, to monitor the human rights violations in Kosovo.

Corona – COVID 19 Report with Kosovo Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian students

Corona virus in Kosovo has been extremely influential in changing the routine
of people's lives, where everyone is isolated at home and locked up in
quarantined cities. While the situation in Kosovo is becoming worse every other
day, the restrictive measures taken by the country authorities in preventing
this pandemic situation are directly affecting the lives of the Roma, Ashkali
and Egyptian communities in Kosovo. According to statistics, about 60% of these
communities are officially unemployed and this situation becomes even worse
during the quarantine period, due to the fact that a high percentage of
community members socio-economic conditions are at very low level.

Since the Corona virus is a new virus, people do not
have much information and therefore do not know how to protect themselves.
Carelessness and lack of information can cost you your life. To ensure that
students from the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities are sufficiently
informed and equipped with security measurements at this time, the TER-KOS
program has conducted several interviews. During these interviews students were
asked about their knowledge regarding 
the transmission of the virus, whether they can recognize the symptoms
how this virus is manifested, preventive measures, their current socio-economic
status and were also asked to give an overview about the general condition of
the community, especially in their respective municipalities and sites.


Do you remember the police-brutality case in Košice, Slovakia, where police officers forced six Romani boys into violent, abusive and inappropriate behavior against each other, including loosing dogs on the boys?

Well, it’s been a decade since this crime occurred and there is still no justice for these Romani boys – victims of the cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment at the hands of the police officers.

Given the gravity of this injustice, participants in the first Roma Leadership Academy “Nicolae Gheorghe” have formed an informal coalition and sent letters of concern to the Slovak embassies in their countries.

Our coalition includes Roma from North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania and Ukraine, demanding justice for their Romani brothers in Slovakia.

Let them know that an attack on any of us – an attack on any human being – is an attack on all of us!

Stand up for justice! #Romalivesmatter!

Youth against discrimination

In the scope of the third objective “youth empowerment and awareness-raising,” Mr. Gazmen Salijevic held one-day training on combating discrimination, promotion of human rights activism and most importantly how can the youth become the next generation Human Rights activists.

This activity was organized by the RV Kosovo students in cooperation with ORCA.

Human Rights Mechanisms

19 November 2019 – Together with the Members of Civil Society Organizations from the Municipalities of Obilic/Obiliq and Vushtrri/Vucitrn (Priluzje) organized a study visit at the RVK office in Prishtine where we discussed the mechanisms for protection and promotion of minority rights in Kosovo. RVK Programme Manager Mr. Gazmen Salijevic discussed with the participants the main mechanisms in Kosovo for Human Rights Protection.