Mobile cultures, across the United Kingdom and Europe, continue to experience widespread discrimination in their daily lives (Lloyd and McCluskey 2008). Due to transient lifestyles and tentative relationships with schools and services, children and young people from these communities have few opportunities to share their views on important issues that affect their lives. This article spotlights the children and youth from European Roma and Gypsy/Traveller communities who have collaborated with the University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Mobile Cultures and Education over the past two years. These youth rarely participate in research and their voices remain marginalized in Scottish society.
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Feb 2018|
- European Roma
- mobile cultures
- scottish schools