The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

C. Clark

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Abstract

    In England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales the impact of devolution in the last few years has been quite significant. The different parts of the UK have separate policy and legal contexts and this is an important consideration when looking at issues of concern to Gypsy/Travellers. For example, approaches to social justice and social exclusion/inclusion have taken different paths in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales when compared to England. For more nomadic Gypsy and Traveller families in the UK The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 has had a negative impact on access to accommodation, education and other services.
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDenied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children
    Place of PublicationLondon
    Pages206-315
    Number of pages110
    Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2002

    Fingerprint

    gipsy
    accommodation
    social justice
    decentralization
    exclusion
    justice
    inclusion
    act
    education

    Keywords

    • gypsy
    • travellers
    • travelling people
    • education
    • citizenship

    Cite this

    Clark, C. (2002). The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. In Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children (pp. 206-315). London.
    Clark, C. / The United Kingdom : England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children. London, 2002. pp. 206-315
    @inbook{3228960c39dd4fabb990873807098701,
    title = "The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales",
    abstract = "In England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales the impact of devolution in the last few years has been quite significant. The different parts of the UK have separate policy and legal contexts and this is an important consideration when looking at issues of concern to Gypsy/Travellers. For example, approaches to social justice and social exclusion/inclusion have taken different paths in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales when compared to England. For more nomadic Gypsy and Traveller families in the UK The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 has had a negative impact on access to accommodation, education and other services.",
    keywords = "gypsy, travellers, travelling people, education, citizenship",
    author = "C. Clark",
    year = "2002",
    month = "5",
    day = "1",
    language = "English",
    isbn = "1841870587",
    pages = "206--315",
    booktitle = "Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children",

    }

    Clark, C 2002, The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. in Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children. London, pp. 206-315.

    The United Kingdom : England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. / Clark, C.

    Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children. London, 2002. p. 206-315.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    TY - CHAP

    T1 - The United Kingdom

    T2 - England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

    AU - Clark, C.

    PY - 2002/5/1

    Y1 - 2002/5/1

    N2 - In England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales the impact of devolution in the last few years has been quite significant. The different parts of the UK have separate policy and legal contexts and this is an important consideration when looking at issues of concern to Gypsy/Travellers. For example, approaches to social justice and social exclusion/inclusion have taken different paths in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales when compared to England. For more nomadic Gypsy and Traveller families in the UK The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 has had a negative impact on access to accommodation, education and other services.

    AB - In England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales the impact of devolution in the last few years has been quite significant. The different parts of the UK have separate policy and legal contexts and this is an important consideration when looking at issues of concern to Gypsy/Travellers. For example, approaches to social justice and social exclusion/inclusion have taken different paths in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales when compared to England. For more nomadic Gypsy and Traveller families in the UK The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 has had a negative impact on access to accommodation, education and other services.

    KW - gypsy

    KW - travellers

    KW - travelling people

    KW - education

    KW - citizenship

    UR - http://www.see-educoop.net/education_in/pdf/denied_future_3_04-oth-enl-t02.pdf

    UR - http://www.savethechildren.org.uk/resources/online-library/denied-a-future-the-right-to-education-of-romagypsy-and-traveller-children

    M3 - Chapter

    SN - 1841870587

    SP - 206

    EP - 315

    BT - Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children

    CY - London

    ER -

    Clark C. The United Kingdom: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. In Denied a future? the right to education of roma/gypsy and traveller children. London. 2002. p. 206-315