Journal title DiPAV - QUADERNI
Author/s Salza Carlotta Saletti
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/24 Language Italian
Pages 14 P. 105-118 File size 300 KB
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Migrare nel tempo. Sulla migrazione delle comunità Rom romene a Torino - The rom communities from Romania constitute the last migration of rom groups in Italy. Nowadays the public administration considers this migration a matter of emergency and of public order, although the first arrivals of this rom (in Turin and in other Italian big cities) date from the beginning of Ninety°s. About 900-1500 Rumanian rom live in Turin, about 50.000 in Italy. This migration is very different from the others because of its temporal discontinuity, of the different zones of provenance (from rural or urban context) and of the different causes of migration. There are not many studies about these rom also if they are generically portrayed as criminals by the media and by the public opinion. Indeed these rom maintain a condition of invisibility concerning different aspects of their everyday life such as their housing strategies.
Salza Carlotta Saletti, Migrare nel tempo. Sulla migrazione delle comunità Rom romene a Torino in "DiPAV - QUADERNI" 24/2009, pp 105-118, DOI: 10.3280/DIPAV2009-024008