Inclusion as an Agenda for Transformative and Sustainable Change: Addressing Invisible Power through Reflective Practice

@inproceedings{Howard2016InclusionAA,
  title={Inclusion as an Agenda for Transformative and Sustainable Change: Addressing Invisible Power through Reflective Practice},
  author={Jo Howard and Violeta Vajda},
  year={2016}
}
This article discusses discrimination as a form of invisible structural power, and how, if it is not addressed, it can undermine efforts to promote the social inclusion of Romani people in the Western Balkans and Central and Eastern Europe. We argue that there is a need for development practitioners working in Western European aid agencies to be reflective about our own positionality and practice. Through processes of individual and group reflection, aid professionals can become more aware of… CONTINUE READING
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