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Sigona, Nando

Romani Politics in Contemporary Europe

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Romani Politics in Neoliberal Europe
Nando Sigona, Nidhi Trehan

Part One. The Romani Political Space in Europe

2. EU Initiatives on Roma: Limitations and Ways Forward
Will Guy

3. The Romani Subaltern within Neoliberal European Civil Society: NGOization of Human Rights and Silent Voices
Nidhi Trehan

4. Beyond Boundaries? Comparing the Construction of the Political Categories ‘Gypsies’ and ‘Roma’ Before and After EU Enlargement
Katrin Simhandl

5. Romani Political Mobilization from the First International Romani Union Congress to the European Roma, Sinti and Travellers Forum
Jud Nirenberg

6. Contentious Politics in Europe: Experiences of Desegregation Policy in Hungary and the Push for an EU-Level Strategy on Romani Integration
Nidhi Trehan

7. The Limits of Rights-Based Discourse in Romani Women’s Activism: The Gender Dimension in Romani Politics
Angéla Kóczé

Part Two. Domestic Perspectives

8. The Romani Movement in Romania: Institutionalization and (De)mobilization
Iulius Rostas

9. Social Unrest in Slovakia 2004: Romani Reaction to Neoliberal ‘Reforms’
Martin Marušák, Leo Singer

10. Being Roma Activists in Post-Independence Kosovo
Nando Sigona, Avdula Mustafa, Gazmen Salijevic

11. Spanish Gitanos, Romani Migrants and European Roma Identity: (Re)unification or Self-Affirmation?
Miguel Laparra, Almudena Macías

12. New Labour’s Policies and Their Effectiveness for the Provision of Sites for Gypsies and Travellers in England
Jo Richardson, Andrew Ryder

13. The ‘Problema Nomadi’ vis-à-vis the Political Participation of Roma and Sinti at the Local Level in Italy
Nando Sigona

14. Conclusion: A ‘People’s Europe’ for Romani Citizens?
Nando Sigona, Nidhi Trehan

Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Policy, Ethnicity Studies, Political Sociology, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, European Politics, Sociology, general

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
331 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230281165
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-35452-8

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