Research & Reports
The following list provides sources of further reading for those wishing more context and information on Gypsy, Roma, Traveller communities and education. Members of academic institutions will be able to login and access the following papers and chapters through university logins. Non-members can access the documents through single purchase.
Engaging Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller Communities in Research: Maximizing Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges. Qualitative Health Research, 29(9):1324-1333.
‘It’s good enough that our children are accepted’: Roma mothers’ views of children’s education post migration, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 39:3, 316-332.
Roma, Gypsy and Traveller experiences of racism in Scotland. In N. Davidson, M. Liinpaa, M. McBridge, & S. Virdee (Eds.), “No Problem Here”: Racism and Scottish Society (pp. 145-161). Luath Press.
Social capital, diversity and inclusion: lessons from one primary school. In Social Capital, Children and Young People: Implications for Practice, Policy and Research, Catts, R. and J. Allan (eds), Policy Press.
‘Teachers are Afraid we are Stealing their Strength’: A Risk Society and Restorative Approaches in School. British Journal of Educational Studies, 59(2); 105.