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Author Ryder, Andrew.

Title Romani Communities and Transformative Change [electronic resource] : A New Social Europe.

Imprint Bristol : Policy Press, 2020.


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Description 1 online resource (226 p.)
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Contents Front Cover -- Romani Communities and Transformative Change: A New Social Europe -- Copyright information -- Epigraph -- Table of contents -- List of abbreviations -- Notes on contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- One Introduction: Romani communities in a New Social Europe -- Cultural erasure, crisis and transformative change -- Policy and activism -- A New Social Europe -- Outline of the book -- The Romani 'ideas tree' for transformative change -- References -- Two Mechanisms of empowerment for the Roma in a New Social Europe -- The context
The EU Roma Framework and mechanisms of empowerment -- Questioning the rationale of Romani inclusion policy -- Roma road map -- Towards a Romani strategy -- Minority targeting -- Blue sky thinking: on a New Social Europe -- Socio-economic rights -- Agency and community organizing -- Social accountability -- Intersectionality and solidarity -- Conclusion -- References -- Three Antigypsyism in a time of neoliberalism: challenging the radical right through transformative change -- Introduction -- Crisis and irrationality -- Understanding antigypsyism
Transformative change and combating antigypsyism -- Conclusion -- References -- Four Antigypsyism in Hungary: the Gyöngyöspata case versus 'the people's sense of justice' -- Introduction -- A brief history of school segregation -- 'The people's sense of justice has been wounded': undermining the rule of law -- Forging a robust social mandate for racism -- Intimidating and stigmatizing the Roma of Gyöngyöspata -- References -- Five The Romani movement: a love and vocation -- Jeno. Setét's reflections on a life of activism -- Editor's introduction -- Starting out -- We Belong Here association
Activism and ethnicity -- Gyöngyöspata protest -- The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic -- The EU -- Editor's conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Six Romani young people's activism and transformative change -- Introduction -- Note on terminology -- Inequality and discrimination -- Conceptual framework -- Youth empowerment policy -- Case studies: youth empowerment work internationally and within the UK -- Discussion -- Human rights and Roma empowerment in a European context -- Barriers, tensions and challenges to empowerment within civil society
Romani movements, identity, diversity, intersectionality and intercultural solidarity -- Policy implications -- Conclusion -- Seven Transatlantic dialogues and the solidarity of the oppressed: critical race activism in the US and Canada -- Introduction -- Reflections on Romania and the work of Romani CRISS -- Advocacy in focus: Romani activists go to Washington and Ottawa -- The work of anti-racism and intersectional solidarity -- Notes -- References -- Eight 'When they enter, we all enter ...': envisioning a New Social Europe from a Romani feminist perspective -- Introduction
Note A Romani feminist perspective: the premise and promise of entering together.
Summary Drawing on Roma community voices and expert research, this book challenges conventional discourses on Romani identity, poverty and exclusion. Through the transformative vehicle of a 'Social Europe', it presents new strategies for framing social justice for Romani communities across Europe and provides innovative solutions to these dilemmas.
Subject Romanies -- Europe -- Social conditions.
Romanies -- Employment -- Europe.
Romanies -- Socialization -- Europe.
Romanies -- Employment. (OCoLC)fst01100088
Romanies -- Social conditions. (OCoLC)fst01100108
Europe. (OCoLC)fst01245064
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author Taba, Marius.
Other Form: Print version: Ryder, Andrew Romani Communities and Transformative Change : A New Social Europe Bristol : Policy Press,c2020 9781447357506
ISBN 9781447357520 (electronic bk.)
1447357523 (electronic bk.)
9781447357513 (ePub ebook)
9781447357506 (pbk.)
Standard No. UKMGB 019930601

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