Rajko Djurić talks about his background and the start of his career in tackling Romani issues, both in practice and as an academic. He discusses his political activities at the end of the 1960s and his role as a leader in the demonstrations that took place at the time. He describes his work as sociologist, journalist and poet and reports on the endeavours to create a network of Romani writers as well as on the many anthologies to which he has contributed. Djurić finally mentions the attention he has attracted worldwide through translations and the support and awards he has received from various initiatives and foundations.
The interview took place in the apartment of Djurić’s son in Belgrade.