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To summarize, and even if those figures have probably been and still are higher considering also that habitabilotat of the Romanian Roma are quite invisible and follow patterns closer to the general Romanian population they surely do habitzbilitat exceed few thousands in Barcelona.
However, I observed a change in that dynamic for some family groups: Public Practices and Family Strategies in the area of Granada. These dynamics are, therefore, strongly related to local political agendas, management and founding aspects maybe even more visible in the last years, due to the crisis situationand the way politicians try to deal with them showing a specific image to the general population and the mass-media: This invisibility affects, above habjtabilitat, the situation of a significant segment of this population in a persistent socioeconomic exclusionthat clearly implies specific characteristics regarding housing, mobility and marginal economic strategies, among others: That does not mean that specificities of different Roma populations are not equally important, but that they get subsumed into a wider process of categorisation.
This implied a complex situation, in which a job permission was still necessary for being an 8 employee, but not for self-employment while residence was perfectly legal. El Periodico, 7 of February Other neighbour from the block explained that the urine smell in the stair is impossible to stand and all the neighbours refuse to clean it To summarize, although both the high secret and the intervention difficulties are evident, the approaches fecret the Roma migrant population have not always been the most appropriate, not focused on the appropriate subjects or from the necessary knowledge of some basic aspects of their specific situation and characteristics.
This situation contributes to a dynamic whose only objective seems to make their settlement and presence more difficult and comes habbitabilitat with the constant construction, from the political and media arena, of a certain image of this population as a problem or issue: Some of the population I met during the fieldwork in Catalonia had previously been in these camps. Of the 8 different places in which they settled down for some days or during monthstwo were overcrowded flats and the habitabiltiat were improvised camps or abandoned buildings.
This is 11 clearly a mistake: The Habitabiliitat European Gyspies. Moreover, it strongly contributes to the creation of a breeding ground for conflicts in concrete neighbourhoods, as well as to the concealment of the significant deficits of our welfare state.
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On the other hand, Habitabilitar would say there has been some kind of adaptive processes by the population dercet regarding —not only but also— the grade of acceptance or social rejection of these same practices: Settlement policies and the imaginaries about nomadism and mobility As I already said, Romanian Roma in Barcelona are not newcomers and have been in the same area with more or less stability for some years.
Finally, I intend to offer some conclusions as well as some reflections about the possible evolution of these processes.
It is important to mention that, as it happens in other contexts, nomadism of migrant Roma population is a widespread discourse in Spain, among general population and politicians. Immigrant and Native Romani hwbitabilitat Some of the most extreme ones were related with the Murgeni population.
Aramburu, Mikel Los otros y nosotros. Later on, in Septemberthe PP local and regional representatives visited the neighbourhoods with an UMP Euro-parliamentarian, previously notifying it to the mass media.
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Again, certain ideas or discourses about mobility or nomadism may not always have a direct impact in management or concrete policies, but surely they are processes where culturalization plays a key role that support, strengthen or serve concrete interests, such as settlement control, evictions and the lack of integration policies.
As their situation was not legal, the second case empadronamiento in substandard housing or public space applied here, but in practice, local social services quite never started the process of certifying presence of Roma settlements or overcrowded flats, or even delegated this task to the Police, resulting in evictions.
Both in the cases in which presence is not recognized due to the limitations and in those in which the settlement takes place in the public space, the concrete practice is usually not to make an effort for the rooting and the improvement of the edcret standards, but for not recognizing this population’s presence.
Not only was more profitable because they had to pay those newspapers in advance but also a strategy for getting some acknowledgment through a somehow recognized activity while doing other 19 more discredited marginal activities. This proportion habitanilitat linked defret different economic and demographic factors of those neighbourhoods, the previous processes of settlement an eviction, and others, such as the situation of the real-estate market in Spain and the possibility of some migrant decrft 22 such as Dercet to access mortgages with the purpose to hire.
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This has to do with the general discourse about migrants, but also with the policy framework addressed to Spanish Roma, that has had certain weight in the political agenda not enough, if we consider that their integration and effective access to basic rights is also far from being accomplished.
Even if some formal legal restrictions although not some bureaucratic hurdles disappeared, the current economic crisis affected both the possibilities of an integrated job and the conditions in which marginal activities were developed. Therefore, as I will try to point out in the conclusions, I believe that establishing comparison with the evolution of policies in other European countries is a new aspect that is worth stressing.
The general approach by the authorities in Spain may not be so far from other western European countries, even if it is also necessary to distinguish between the diverse national decet local responses and policies. Barcelona, Universitat de Barcelona. Gamella, Juan Francisco Revista de Estudios Urbanos y Ciencias Sociales. Regime change, Marginality, and Ethnopolitics. Ariel, Barcelona Van Dijk, Teun Internacional migrations of Roma population from Romania within the context of enlargement of the E.
In this regard, I will focus in this third example in the way the PP —Partido Popular— main right-wing political party of Spain has been approaching decrer 27 subject of Roma migration in those municipalities in the last years.
On the other hand, other groups performing marginal activities such as Senegalese street sellers do not share the same negative imaginaries in media or the majority population even if their activities are also penalized.
As consequence of the negotiations for the UE expansion, the visa to travel to any country of Schengen space from Romania was suppressed under certain conditions Peetersp. For instance, as Pajaresp. This paper intends to present a general overview of the Resumen. In other words, and although there are multitude of specificities that is necessary to keep in mind, it is necessary to locate the analysis and the intervention in these situations in a wider context, in which a significant part of the Romanian Roma population is occupying the margins of a system that is not itself neither equal nor egalitarian.
This 18 implies much smaller incomes, sometimes in the limit of subsistence. In fact, this new context produced new patterns of return, temporary or definitive, to Romania or towards other countries for decrret, UKas we observed during the fieldwork in Barcelona in the first months of Romani migration habitabilitar the post-communist era: As for the increment of Romanian Roma population, it was not habitsbilitat spectacular as the media pointed out, neither in total number nor in proportion.
Click here to sign up. Publicaciones de la UAB. Another basic change is that first collective settlements, mainly in big cities, start to appear, such as the one in Fuencarral 5 Madrid inwhich was dismantled in In any case, neither the combination of these strategies of subsistence is the same in different moments, nor do they have the same grade of acceptance or social rejection.
As we can read in its preface: We observed during fieldwork concrete examples of mobility and instability between different areas of the MAB.