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The immigration of Romanian Roma to Western Europe: Causes, effects and future engagement strategies. 2013-2017.

MigRom Final Conference

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Manchester, UK, 18 – 20 January 2017

The MigRom final conference took place in Manchester, on 18 – 20 January 2017.  It was hosted by The University of Manchester and Manchester City Council, in collaboration with Roma Voices of Manchester CIC.

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Conference opening

Conference opening

Migration vs. Inclusion: Roma mobility from East to West

Migration vs. Inclusion: Roma mobility from East to West

The impact of Italian local policies on Romanian Roma migration: Comparative case studies

The impact of Italian local policies on Romanian Roma migration: Comparative case studies

Transnational reproductive strategies. An analysis of the fertility histories of Romanian Roma women in Spain

Transnational reproductive strategies. An analysis of the fertility histories of Romanian Roma women in Spain

Romanian Roma at home: Mobility patterns, migration experiences, networks and remittances

Romanian Roma at home: Mobility patterns, migration experiences, networks and remittances

Heritages, permanences and fates of Romani spaces

Heritages, permanences and fates of Romani spaces

Roma migrant inclusion in the UK: The merits of neo-liberalism

Roma migrant inclusion in the UK: The merits of neo-liberalism

The uses of history: Invoking the past in contemporary debates about Roma migration

The uses of history: Invoking the past in contemporary debates about Roma migration

The economic mobility and the identity construction of Hungarian Roma migrants in Canada and in the UK – A comparative study

The economic mobility and the identity construction of Hungarian Roma migrants in Canada and in the UK – A comparative study

Migration of Muslim Roma from Macedonia to NYC and from Kosovo to Germany: Comparing gender, work, religion, and ritual in two sites

Migration of Muslim Roma from Macedonia to NYC and from Kosovo to Germany: Comparing gender, work, religion, and ritual in two sites

Voice and exit after socialism

Voice and exit after socialism

Romani mobility and governmentality in the EU. Reflections from the ethnographic case of Bosnian Xoraxané Xomá families

Romani mobility and governmentality in the EU. Reflections from the ethnographic case of Bosnian Xoraxané Xomá families

Roma migrants to the UK: ‘Misrecognition’, misunderstanding and post-migration social work and youth justice interventions

Roma migrants to the UK: ‘Misrecognition’, misunderstanding and post-migration social work and youth justice interventions

Migrant Roma and access to healthcare in Spain: Travelling in time

Migrant Roma and access to healthcare in Spain: Travelling in time

Circulating objects of domesticity between home and migration country. The case of Romanian Roma settled in France

Circulating objects of domesticity between home and migration country. The case of Romanian Roma settled in France

Migration and Social Inequality. Changing patterns of inequality in Romania’s Roma ghettoes

Migration and Social Inequality. Changing patterns of inequality in Romania’s Roma ghettoes

Migrant Roma families facing ‘inclusion’? Cross ethnographies of two ‘integration and housing projects’ in French cities

Migrant Roma families facing ‘inclusion’? Cross ethnographies of two ‘integration and housing projects’ in French cities