In this article I analyse the emergence of Roma leaders in Rome, a novelty which has accompanied the implementation of the Nomads Plan by Alemanno's administration, within the context of the declaration of a national emergency concerning “nomad community settlements” in 2008. Following the scientific literature on migrants' participation, I start from an analysis of the policy documents presented by the new Mayor; then I focus on the eviction of one of the oldest and biggest nomad camps in Rome, Casilino 900. This case-study allows us to detect the concrete consequences of the Plan and how a Roma leadership gains visibility and is acknowledged by the Municipality. Finally, it will be possible to recognize the persistence of “campi sosta” as the template of Roma policies in Rome, a relevant element of continuity between Alemanno's city government and his predecessors of the left wing, a template that the new Roma leaders accept.

Daniele, U. (2011). “Nomads” in the eternal city. Local policies and Roma participation in the emergency era. GÉOCARREFOUR, 86(1), 15-24.

“Nomads” in the eternal city. Local policies and Roma participation in the emergency era

DANIELE, ULDERICO
2011-01-01

Abstract

In this article I analyse the emergence of Roma leaders in Rome, a novelty which has accompanied the implementation of the Nomads Plan by Alemanno's administration, within the context of the declaration of a national emergency concerning “nomad community settlements” in 2008. Following the scientific literature on migrants' participation, I start from an analysis of the policy documents presented by the new Mayor; then I focus on the eviction of one of the oldest and biggest nomad camps in Rome, Casilino 900. This case-study allows us to detect the concrete consequences of the Plan and how a Roma leadership gains visibility and is acknowledged by the Municipality. Finally, it will be possible to recognize the persistence of “campi sosta” as the template of Roma policies in Rome, a relevant element of continuity between Alemanno's city government and his predecessors of the left wing, a template that the new Roma leaders accept.
Dans cet article, j’analyse l’émergence de leaders Rom à Rome, une nouveauté qui a accompagné la mise en œuvre du Plan Nomades par l’administration Alemanno, dans le contexte de la déclaration d’urgence nationale concernant «les implantations de communautés nomades» en 2008. Suite à la littérature scientifique sur la participation des migrants, je pars d’une analyse des documents de politique présentés par le nouveau maire, puis je me concentre sur l’expulsion de l’un des plus grands et plus anciens camps de nomades à Rome, celui de Casilino 900. Cette étude de cas nous permet de détecter les conséquences concrètes du plan et comment un leadership Rom gagne en visibilité et est reconnu par la municipalité. Enfin, il sera possible de reconnaître la persistance des «campi sosta» comme le modèle des politiques de Rom à Rome, un élément pertinent de la continuité entre le gouvernement Alemanno de la ville et ses prédécesseurs de l’aile gauche, un modèle que les nouveaux dirigeants Roms acceptent.
Daniele, U. (2011). “Nomads” in the eternal city. Local policies and Roma participation in the emergency era. GÉOCARREFOUR, 86(1), 15-24.
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