Type
Article
Titre
#IStayCamp. Health conditions, food deprivation and solidarity problems in the first days of the lockdown in the Roma Villages of Rome
Titre traduit
#jeresteenbidonville. Le confinement dans les villages roms de Rome
Dans
Métropolitiques
Éditeur
FR
Pages
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ISSN
21145350
Mots clés
Urban Sociology, Shantytowns, Food Deprivation, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Urban Poverty, Roma, Solidarity, Health Promotion
Résumé
EN
First lines: On March 9, 2020 the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, "in order to counteract and contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus," signed a decree of complete lockdown aimed at "avoiding any movement of individuals."1 Furthermore, the government recommended the application of stringent hygienic-sanitary measures throughout the country. Our NGO, “Associazione 21 luglio”, began an applied research project aimed at understanding the impact of the measures in formal settlements in Rome. These settlements are inhabited by families that generally define themselves (and are identified by the local authorities) as belonging to varied Roma communities.

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