Aladar Adam was born on the 6th of January, 1949 in Uzhgorod.
He is also the president of the Transcarpathian Association of Roma, the NGO “Ekgipe”.

He also was the chiefeditor of the Roma newspaper „Romani Yag” on the territory of Ukraine. This newspaper dealt with cultural, social-political and educational problems of the Roma population of the region.

He works as an active defender of Roma rights. As he is a profeccional lawyer he tries to help Roma where ever it is possible to solve their problems.
He also pays much attention to education of Roma youth, its cultural and social development. He is also the Ukrainian President’s Advancer on National Minority Affairs.

He is a serious and responsible person who is not indifferent to the problems of Roma population of the region as well as the whole Roma nation. He closely cooperates with the European Roma Right Center (Budapest) and is a member of the Roma Board.

Aladar Adam is married and raised and educated two daughters.
His wife is a director of the only in Transcarpathia Roma kindergarten.

Name: Aladar Adam

Responcibilities: President of Transcarpathian cultural educational society Romani Yag

Languages: Romanes, Ukrainian, Russian and Hungarian

Achievements: From 1993 to 1998 he established regional offices of Romani Yag in Chop, Perechin, Velikiy Berezniy and Mukachevo. In 1998 a Roma kindergarten was reconstructed and initiated in Uzhgorod.
From 1994 to 1998 he was elected to the position of deputat (representative) of the city court of national deputats in Uzhgorod. In 1998 he was voted for as national deputat to Supreme Court of Ukraine.

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