The Roma in European Higher Education: Recasting Identities, Re-Imagining Futures

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Louise Morley, Andrzej Mirga, Nadir Redzepi
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020 M06 25 - 232 páginas
Today, between 10 and 12 million Roma live in Europe, comprising the continent's largest ethnic minority. However, only 1% participate in higher education. Although the Roma are widely dispersed across Europe, and beyond, they face similar social, political, and economic challenges throughout the continent. A major site of struggle has been access, attendance and achievement in the education sector for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers (GRT). This groundbreaking text explores the Roma in higher education, a topic of great importance since higher education is considered to be a significant pathway out of poverty and to social mobility.

Why are participation rates so low? What are the barriers and what are the enablers? This edited collection brings together authors from diverse national and organisational locations including academics, activists and policymakers from Canada, Chile, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, the UK, and the USA. They share and critically analyse contemporary knowledge on research, policies, practices and interventions to promote Roma participation in higher education in a range of European locations. They cover key topics including the representation of Roma communities as living on the margins, but also racism, anti-Gypsyism, Romaphobia, hate crimes and discriminatory practices. The book offers insights into how to fight discrimination and re-distribute higher educational opportunities without objectifying the Roma or representing these rich and diverse communities merely as powerless victims.
 

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Recasting Identities ReImagining Futures
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Theories Resources Policy and Professional Interventions for Challenging Roma Exclusion from Higher Education
15
Thinking Differently about the Roma in Higher Education Beyond Sex Slums and Special Schools and Towards Epistemic Inclusion
17
The Roma in European Higher Education Explaining the Educational Gap of Roma in Higher Education
33
The European Discourse of Inclusion Policies for Roma in Higher Education Racialized Neoliberal Governmentality in SemiPeripheral Europe
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Phaori si duje xulajenqe te keres buti Nobody Can Serve Two Masters Higher Education Expansion Roma Access and Neoliberal Globalization
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Capability Strengthening Roma as Knowledge Producers
94
Creating Knowledge about the Roma in Higher Education
108
Focus on Europe Examples of What is going on inGreece the Nordic CountriesSerbia and Spain
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The Roma in Spanish Higher Education Lights and Shades after Three Decades of National Plans for Roma Inclusion
133
Higher Education in Nordic Roma and Traveller Policy Documents Analysing Silences
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Widening Access of the Roma in the Global Knowledge Economy The Case of Serbia
168
Greek Roma in Higher Education How Did They Get There?
186
Index
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Louise Morley is Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Higher Education and Equity Research (CHEER) at the University of Sussex, UK.

Andrzej Mirga is Chair of the Roma Education Fund, Hungary, and former OSCE ODIHR Senior Adviser on Roma and Sinti Issues and chief of the ODIHR Contact Point for Roma and Sinti Issues.

Nadir Redzepi is Executive Director of the Roma Education Fund, Hungary.

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