CURRENT TRENDS IN THE SOCIAL-ECONOMIC INTEGRATION OF GYPSY MIGRANTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

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Gypsies are not an isolated group, they have a multifaceted identity and national individuality. In order to identify the nature and determinants of Roma migrations, they should be given attention as an ethnically specific community. Roma migration in the past and in the present are dictated by the collective strategies in response to current political and economic changes. Deceptive inconsistency of Gypsy migrations is explained by the heterogeneity of the Roma communities themselves and is manifested in various ways in different countries. Currently, the main participants of the migration are not a community of nomads, but the representatives of the settled Roma communities. The reason for this situation is the significant increase of integration of Roma in the countries of Eastern Europe. This leads to the inclusion of Roma in global migration processes.

E Marushiakova

emp9@st-andrews.ac.uk
School of History at University of St. Andrews; Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences South str., 71, St Andrews Scotland, UK; Moskovska str., 6a, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1000

PhD, Professor, School of History, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK; Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia (Bulgaria)

V Popov

vp43@st-andrews.ac.uk
School of History at University of St. Andrews; Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences South str., 71, St Andrews Scotland, UK; Moskovska str., 6a, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1000

PhD, Professor, School of History, University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK; Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia (Bulgaria)

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