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The Securitization of the Roma in Europe



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This book discusses how Europe's Roma minorities have often been perceived as a threat to majority cultures and societies. Frequently, the Roma have become the target of nationalism, extremism, and racism. At the same time, they have been approached in terms of human rights and become the focus of programs dedicated to inclusion, anti-discrimination, and combatting poverty. This book reflects on this situation from the viewpoint of how the Roma are often 'securitized,' understood and perceived as 'security problems.' The authors discuss practices of securitization and the ways in which they have been challenged, and they offer an original contribution to debates about security and human rights interventions at a time in which multiple crises both in and of Europe are going hand-in-hand with intensified xenophobia and security rhetoric.

Product code: 9783319770345

ISBN 9783319770345
Series Human Rights Interventions
Publisher Springer International Publishing AG
No. Of Pages 319
Edition 1st ed. 2019
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H210xW148