Roma mobility, beyond migration : religious humanitarianism and transnational Roma missionary work as de-constructions of migration
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Much of the literature concerning the migration of Roma in-between European Union countries has thus far focused extensively (and almost exclusively) on the political and economic consequences of this ’Roma movement’ across national borders. In this context, the core of the analysis has remained on the conceptualization of, specifically, an East-West Roma mobility (i.e. the movement of Roma from Eastern to Western European countries) and the widespread media, public and political debate regarding the visible marginality of these European citizens in present-day Europe.
Roman , R B 2018 , ' Roma mobility, beyond migration : religious humanitarianism and transnational Roma missionary work as de-constructions of migration ' Intersections , vol. 4 , no. 2 , pp. 37-56 . https://doi.org/10.17356/ieejsp.v4i2.380
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