Anti-Racist Movements in the EU: Between Europeanisation and by Stefano Fella, Carlo Ruzza

By Stefano Fella, Carlo Ruzza

In keeping with huge fundamental study, together with interviews with stream and coverage actors throughout six ecu nations, this ebook examines anti-racist activities all through Europe, concentrating on how they effect tradition and govt coverage at nationwide and european point, laying off mild at the nature of racism and responses to it throughout Europe.

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W. C. Rucker Jr. and J. N. Upton (2006) Encyclopedia of American Race Riots – Greenwood Milestones in African American History (Westport CT: Greenwood Press). C. Ruzza (2007) Europe and Civil Society: Movement Coalitions and European Governance (Manchester: Manchester University Press). C. ’, Policy and Society, 28, 1, 87–98. C. Ruzza (2011a) ‘The International Protection Regime for Minorities, the Aftermath of the 2008 Financial Crisis and the EU: New Challenges for Non-state Actors’, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 18, 2, 219–234.

C. Ruzza (2007) Europe and Civil Society: Movement Coalitions and European Governance (Manchester: Manchester University Press). C. ’, Policy and Society, 28, 1, 87–98. C. Ruzza (2011a) ‘The International Protection Regime for Minorities, the Aftermath of the 2008 Financial Crisis and the EU: New Challenges for Non-state Actors’, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 18, 2, 219–234. C. Ruzza (2011b) ‘Social Movements and the European Intermediation of Public Interest Groups’, Journal of European Integration, 33, 4, 453–469.

As Bonnett (1993, 2000) has noted there is a long-standing crisis of the UK anti-racist movement, caused by a lack of solidarity between the different components which are too fragmented in terms of occupational, religious and ethnic background to agree on objectives and methods. In fact, as Modood argued (1997), in the 1990s a revival of ethnic assertiveness occurred, the consequence of which was a rejection of the unifying anti-racist category of ‘black’ as insensitive to cultural and religious diversity.

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