Site Profiles: Interviewee Areas of Kosovo
has a small primary school. Secondary school students must travel to Gušterica,
Gracanica or Laplje Selo. UNMIK provides transport.
Roma in the village are related to one another. Their Mahala is
indistinguishable from the rest of the village. All of the adults have completed
primary school; one attended, but did not complete, university. Several Roma
children are enrolled in secondary school. All Livadje’s Roma are officially
unemployed. Some work as manual labors for Serb farmers; others carry out
small-scale smithing work.
Who We Were, Who We Are: Kosovo Roma Oral Histories
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