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‘Segregation at a price’: online the english summary!


segregationimageIn Naples, Rome and Milan, between 2005 and 2011, at least a hundred million euros were set aside for the construction, running and maintenance of “traveller camps”, designated by institutional policy to ‘host’ Roma, Sinti, and Camminanti communities in our cities.

The report Segregation at a price: the cost of “traveller camps” in Naples, Rome and Milan traces and analyses in detail the cost (and failure) of the camps policy and highlights the urgent need to completely rethink the models and practices of social and residential inclusion policies involving Italy’s Roma population.

Download the english summary of the report!

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