Two blog posts on Romas living in Copenhagen during the Covid-19 pandemic
Postdoc Camilla Ida Ravnbøl has written two blog posts on homeless Roma people living in Copenhagen during the Covid-19 outbreak.
In the blog posts she describes and reflects on the epidemic’s specific impact on homeless Roma people as well as some of the general, underlying structural problems for unregistered and homeless migrants, which the corona crisis has magnified.
The two blog posts are published on the websites of The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the blog ‘Conflict, Crime, Power, Politics’, which is established by a group of researchers from the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen.
- The article written for the Raoul Wallenberg Institute: Magnifying Inequalities for the Roma During the COVID-19 Pandemic
- The blog post on ‘Conflict, Crime, Power, Politics’: Governing Corona: Reflections on “fake” pandemics and controlling the homeless Roma