DIRECTORIO MUNDIAL DE LITERATURA, HISTORIA, ARTE Y CULTURA          

Bajram Haliti

Gnjilane, Kosovo
 
Bajram Haliti, lawyer, journalist and publicist was elected the General Secretary of the International Roma Union at the VII World Congress of Roma, held in Zagreb on 23-25 October 2008. There were three hundred delegates from 29 states present at the Congress: Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the USA. It should be emphasized that Roma representatives at the Congress were representing 15.000.000 million Roma. He is one of the most respected experts of Roma status in Europe and in the world. He participated at numerous international conventions on Roma issue and at the last but one World Congress of Roma. He is also well-known within the experts of public communication. He entered journalism in 1985, passing all level of journalist development, from candidate to editor-in-chief of Roma program. He proved himself with large success in both written and oral journalism, and as publicist as well. He spent most of his professional life and left his deepest trails in radio and TV programs, whose development he monitored and encouraged by his own work and by professional training of several generations of Roma colleagues. He was the Province Information Secretary in Kosovo and cabinet chief in the Government of the Republic of Serbia. Currently he is a public relations officer of the National Council of Roma National Minority in Serbia and recently he has been appointed the General Secretary of the International Roma Union. He is also the president of the news agency of Roma in Serbia and member of the Writers Association of Serbia. Haliti published a great number of studies, articles, comments and documentaries. He spoke as a lawyer, journalist, writer, ethicist and essayist through his written work and in the Government of Kosovo as the Province Information Secretary, together with all representatives of other national communities. He also pleaded for solving the crises in Yugoslavia and Kosovo through dialogues and in a democratic way, he pleaded for better life for all citizens and for erasing, once and for all, inequality, insecurity and poverty, and also to preserve all advantages of multi-ethnicity, multiculturalism and multi-confessionalism in the Western Balkans. On April 8 2002, on the occasion of the International Day of Roma, Haliti won the award “Slobodan Berberski” for literature and journalism, which was that given for the first time in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. He also received the medallion “Peace and Tolerance” for contribution to the combat for peace, tolerance and understanding between people and nations, then “Medallion for special credits and contribution to promotion of cultural and educational life and Roma and for the success in development of Roma culture in Serbia”. Bajram Haliti, Prof. Dr. philosophy and sociology PhD student of law and economic sciences, by profession a journalist, writer and publicist. Haliti has 150 other awards from all over the world and has been featured in 50 book anthologies. BIOGRAPHY OF BAJRAM HALITI Bajram Haliti, lawyer, journalist and publicist was elected the General Secretary of the International Roma Union at the VII World Congress of Roma, held in Zagreb on 23-25 October 2008. There were three hundred delegates from 29 states present at the Congress: Albania, Australia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and the USA. It should be emphasized that Roma representatives at the Congress were representing 15.000.000 million Roma. Bajram Haliti was born in Gnjilane, Kosovo, in 1955. He is one of the most respected experts of Roma status in Europe and in the world. He participated at numerous international conventions on Roma issue and at the last but one World Congress of Roma. He is also well-known within the experts of public communication. He entered journalism in 1985, passing all level of journalist development, from candidate to editor-in-chief of Roma program. He proved himself with large success in both written and oral journalism, and as publicist as well. He spent most of his professional life and left his deepest trails in radio and TV programs, whose development he monitored and encouraged by his own work and by professional training of several generations of Roma colleagues. He was the Province Information Secretary in Kosovo and cabinet chief in the Government of the Republic of Serbia. Currently he is a public relations officer of the National Counci