Una ricerca sulla condizione dei ragazzi e delle ragazze romanì che accedono al Centro di Giustizia Minorile della Regione Lazio: problemi emergenti e prospettive inclusive


  • Barbara De Angelis
  • Patrizia Aiuti
  • Marco Accorinti


The paper presents data of an original study on the condition of romani minors (both boys and girls) considered deviant (offenders) and on the abetment of crimes committed. The study was conducted during 2014 with reference to the minors in the Centre of Emergency Reception of Rome of the Ministry of Justice between 2012 and 2013. Other than the analisys of the context aspects, the wealth of data allowed a survey through distinctive details as: the case of crimes committed by minors; the housing conditions; the abetment
of crimes committed by non attributable minors (children under 14 years); the fertility of mothers. Moreover, from 2011 to 2013 the trend of the entries in the circuit of juvenile Justice has been analized. In particular, survival and defence strategies were found, carried out by romani communities, compared to the mainstream society. The results point out the crucialties related to the realization of a compensatory policy and highlight some of the socio-pedagogic enquiries important for strategic and projectual aspects: What are the socio-economic conditions of the minors in the course of the juvenile Justice? How much does the housing condition affect schooling? How much does the abetment deal with the training or formation period? The paper will try to answer the questions above and, in particular, will aim to reduce the exclusion
of romani girls in school and social life.






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