Beyond legal categories of indigeneity and minority-ness: The case of Roma and falling in-between

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The categories emanating from international human rights law defining the belonging of peoples to different types of minorities invites for a re-assessment. These different minority categories such as indigenous peoples, national (historical) minorities and migrants tend to fix people to different types or levels of specific protection. The justifications for different treatment are, however, not born in a vacuum or value-free, and they rarely fit seamlessly with real life cases of needs of minorities. Thus, in this article I shall discuss the legitimacy and consequences of the current typology, which divides minorities into different categories. This categorization has direct consequences for the rights people can claim vis-à-vis their governments and the international community. To illustrate the key concerns with the contemporary categorization of minorities, this article presents the case of Roma and their current struggles to fit their claims and needs into the existing minority rights framework.
Alkuperäiskielienglanti
OtsikkoExtending the Protection to Migrant Populations in Europe : Old and New Minorities
ToimittajatRoberta Medda-Windischer, Caitlin Boulter, Tove H. Malloy
Sivumäärä24
Vuosikerta1
JulkaisupaikkaLondon
KustantajaRoutledge
Julkaisupäivä16 heinäkuuta 2019
Painos1
Sivut65-88
Artikkeli no4
ISBN (painettu)978-1-138-59072-4
ISBN (elektroninen)978-0-429-49086-6
TilaJulkaistu - 16 heinäkuuta 2019
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA3 Kirjan tai muun kokoomateoksen osa

Julkaisusarja

NimiRoutledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration
KustantajaRoutledge
Vuosikerta8

Tieteenalat

  • 5141 Sosiologia
  • 517 Valtio-oppi, hallintotiede

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Toivanen, R. (2019). Beyond legal categories of indigeneity and minority-ness: The case of Roma and falling in-between. teoksessa R. Medda-Windischer, C. Boulter, & T. H. Malloy (Toimittajat), Extending the Protection to Migrant Populations in Europe: Old and New Minorities (1 toim., Vuosikerta 1, Sivut 65-88). [4] (Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration; Vuosikerta 8). London: Routledge.
Toivanen, Reetta. / Beyond legal categories of indigeneity and minority-ness : The case of Roma and falling in-between. Extending the Protection to Migrant Populations in Europe: Old and New Minorities. Toimittaja / Roberta Medda-Windischer ; Caitlin Boulter ; Tove H. Malloy. Vuosikerta 1 1. toim. London : Routledge, 2019. Sivut 65-88 (Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration).
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Toivanen, R 2019, Beyond legal categories of indigeneity and minority-ness: The case of Roma and falling in-between. julkaisussa R Medda-Windischer, C Boulter & TH Malloy (toim), Extending the Protection to Migrant Populations in Europe: Old and New Minorities. 1 toim, Vuosikerta 1, 4, Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration, Vuosikerta 8, Routledge, London, Sivut 65-88.

Beyond legal categories of indigeneity and minority-ness : The case of Roma and falling in-between. / Toivanen, Reetta.

Extending the Protection to Migrant Populations in Europe: Old and New Minorities. toim. / Roberta Medda-Windischer; Caitlin Boulter; Tove H. Malloy. Vuosikerta 1 1. toim. London : Routledge, 2019. s. 65-88 4 (Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration; Vuosikerta 8).

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