Contribuciones de la mujer gitana a la ciencia, a las políticas y a la mejora social

Tania Garcia

Abstract


The triple exclusion suffered by many Romaní women inEurope(on grounds of gender, ethnicity and, in many cases, low academic level) did not impede that they become today the engine for the transformation to improve their people’s life conditions. This article is based on a documental review on the impact of communicative methodology of research on public policies addressed to the Romani people and also on the improvement of their life conditions. Our analysis focuses specially on the role of Romani women throughout the whole process, in which they have been protagonists and end users at the same. Their communities and society as a whole also took benefit of Romani women’s contributions.


Keywords


Romaní women, communicative methodology of research, science, social impact.

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