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On the other hand, 10 out of 12 displacements were caused by police evictions with little or any intervention of social services, previously or in that moment and in most cases leaded to a new settlement in other of the neighbouring municipalities.

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On the other hand, Romanian Roma population in this context is mainly composed by complete family units or couples with their children staying in Romania, and is not usually a migration of isolated families or people, but communitarian and quite linked with its kinship organization like Matrasp. This doesn’t mean that different —more individual— processes take place, as it indeed happens; but this communitarian character is expressed with clarity in the internal relationships of the group in destination and in a clear distribution of settlement concerning origin towns: On the other hand, I am mostly using ethnographic data and other sources of information regarding some mass media and political parties, but not always offering the full picture by including also other relevant actors such as Roma organizations, NGOs and neighbourhood associations.

That does not mean that specificities of different Roma populations are habitabilitzt equally important, but that they get subsumed into a wider process of categorisation.

Nevertheless, the habittabilitat continued increasing and spreading to different cities.

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In the first case, the main requisite for registering is a valid rental agreement, although some local councils have established a limited number of applications per address. For instance, scrap collecting clearly another marginal strategy has not the same social consideration or has been regulated by the civic ordinance despite it is also developed in public spaces. Perspectives on Dynamic, Interpretation and Policy. Log In Sign Up. January of implies a new change in the entrance requirements for the Romanian citizens in Spain, which also affects the Roma settlement processes.


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 life standards, but for habitabilittat recognizing this population’s presence.

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However, I would say there are two main differences, one regarding the general perspective or discourse about Romanian Roma people and the other about the way policies are implemented. This proportion is linked with 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 populations 22 such as Pakistani to access mortgages with the purpose to hire.

Moreover, the three examples above are also strongly influenced by the idea that there has been a clear evolution in the way this issue is constructed: For example, scrap collection has cecret, in most cases, used as a full-time activity. In any case, both the majority population and the political and media actors often tend to overestimate the presence of Romanian Roma people in Spain, even considering them as a majority among Romanian migrants.

This law intends to preserve … the right of citizens to walk the city of Barcelona without being habitabilita or disturbed in their will. Fronteras en la ciudad: Numbers represent the ordin in which places were used.

However, differences of status between them are clearly visible, as well as constantly stressed by the population itself.

I believe the three examples I just presented show this dercet to some extent: Evidently, I do not understand the impact on tourism as the main or single factor here, but still I propose it has a key role as part of more general economic and urban management processes that categorises activities and populations.


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Remember me on this computer. Unfortunately, this situation has now reverted to its status, as the Spanish Government recently reinstituted the 9 moratorium.

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Nuevo racismo y noticias. Internacional migrations of Roma population from Romania within the context of enlargement of the E. 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.

To pose one example, statements as the one below where not so present in the events of Although these data cannot be considered as reliable, they provide a picture of the overall situation and are quite coherent with the situation in Barcelona Metropolitan Area, where the estimations have ranged depending on the moment from 1. 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.

For instance, as Pajaresp. Migraciones y desarrollo Humano. This situation contributes to a dynamic whose only objective seems to make their settlement and presence more difficult and comes together with the constant construction, from the political and media arena, of a certain image of this population as a problem or issue: Building alliances and developing shared strategies.

The second, financed by the Catalan Health Department, had to do with socioeconomic inequalities and cultural difference in health access. To summarize, although both the high vulnerability and the intervention difficulties are evident, the approaches to 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.