ROMA COMMUNITY PRACTICES AS SUBJECT ENCOUNTERS WITH STATE POLICY EVENTS
Journal of Community Positive Practices, 2012, issue 2, 156-169
This paper examines the discursive entanglements of migratory flows of bodies and commerce, by way of the hegemonic logic of neo-liberalism, and site-specific Roma community practices of contestation in Germany to the Schengen Agreement. Roma subject encounters are also explored with respect to human rights policy and implementation within the context of the European Union; the Council of Europe; and NGOs as Amnesty International, and the European Roma Rights Centre. Further interrogation, investigates the macro-political implications in connection to capital markets and state membership eligibility, with respect to the EU and IMF, in juxtaposition to Roma micro-political encounter and event.
Keywords: Roma; Sinti; Community Practices; Micro-political encounter,European Union (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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