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About Annabel Tremlett

Dr Annabel Tremlett is a senior lecturer in social inclusion at the University of Portsmouth. Her research interests include investigating the differences between public and self-representations of minority or marginalised groups. She is currently co-editing a special issue on Romaphobia and the media for the journal 'Identities'.

 

Articles by Annabel Tremlett

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Hungary's future: anti-immigration, anti-multiculturalism and anti-Roma?

Hungary’s prime minister believes Hungary cannot cope with immigration as it has no experience of ‘multiculturalism’ - but Hungary must face up to its past and its future as a diverse nation.

Trying to solve a European problem: a comprehensive strategy for Roma minorities

A European strategy for Roma minorities is much needed, but has to take into account the heterogeneous and hybrid nature of Roma communities and the multifarious contexts within which they live, argues Annabel Tremlett.

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