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* [http://www.roma.sk/kcpro/index.html '''Regional Centre for Romani Issues'''] (Slovak Republic)
* [http://www.roma.sk/kcpro/index.html '''Regional Centre for Romani Issues'''] (Slovak Republic)
* '''[http://www.rcctoronto.org Roma Community and Advocacy Centre]''' (Canada)
* '''[http://www.rcctoronto.org Roma Community and Advocacy Centre]''' (Canada)
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* '''[http://www.soros.org/initiatives/roma/focus_areas/rpp Roma Participation Program]''' at the [http://www.soros.org/ Open Society Insitute].
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* '''[http://www.soros.org/initiatives/roma Roma Initiatives]''' at the [http://www.soros.org/ Open Society Insitute].
* [http://www.christusrex.org/www2/gypsies.net '''Romani International''']
* [http://www.christusrex.org/www2/gypsies.net '''Romani International''']
* '''[http://www.travellersrest.org/index.htm Travellers' Rest]'''
* '''[http://www.travellersrest.org/index.htm Travellers' Rest]'''

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