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Author(s):
Alberto Mallardo
01 Aug 2016
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8
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8,
Volume:
2016,
Issue:
11
Pages:
72–79
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/1f629c3b-en

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As suggested by the sociologist Luigi Manconi, Roma people1 are unpleasant to many people and there is no doubt that some of them live committing crimes and inducing their children to beg. Although the Roma, like everyone else, are accountable for their actions, other factors have concurred to shape this situation. This article analyses the effectiveness and the outcome reached by the different policy measures towards Roma people adopted by the Italian Government since the spring of 2008.