Synopses & Reviews
Based on extensive primary research, including interviews with movement and policy actors across six European countries, this book examines anti-racist movements throughout Europe, focusing on how they influence culture and government policy at national and EU level, shedding light on the nature of racism and responses to it across Europe.
About the Author
STEFANO FELLA (PhD) writes on European politics and previously taught European politics at London Metropolitan University, UK.
CARLO RUZZA is Professor of Sociology at the University of Leicester, UK, and has previously taught at the Universities of Essex and Trento.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Anti-racist Movements in the European Union - between National Specificity and Europeanisation; S.Fella
Anti-Racism at the EU Level; C.Ruzza
Fighting Racism in the UK: A Multicultural Legacy and a Multi-faced Movement; S.Fella
The Politicisation of Immigration and Race in France: Towards a Process of Racialisation; L.Mathieu
The Impact Of Corporatism and Quasi-Civil Society on Anti-Racial Discrimination Law and Policy In Germany; I.Solanke
Pro-immigrant Associations and Anti-racism in Italy: Conflict and Co-operation in the Front Line; S.FellaFighting Denial: New Anti-racist Mobilisation in Spain; M.Gómez-Reino Civil Society and Anti-discrimination Policy in a Homogeneous Country: The Case of Poland; K.Wódz and M.WitkowskiConclusion: Understanding European Anti-racisms; S.Fella & C.Ruzza