This year's Evens prize for intercultural education was given to the Centre of Independent Journalism in Budapest, which launched what's known as the "Roma Mainstream Media Program" in 1998. So far, 49 talented young Roma journalists have been prepared for careers in the mainstream media through an intensive 9 month training period that included both classroom and on-the-job training. Petra Hajdu of Radio Budapest talks to the director of CIJ in Budapest, Sándor Orbán.
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