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2020

Maestri, Gaja and Monforte, Pierre (2020). Who deserves compassion? The moral and emotional dilemmas of volunteering in the ‘refugee crisis’. Sociology, 54 (5), pp. 920-935.

Paton, Alexis, Fooks, Gary, Maestri, Gaja and Lowe, Pam (2020). Submission of evidence on the disproportionate impact of COVID 19, and the UK government response, on ethnic minorities and women in the UK. UNSPECIFIED.

2019

Monforte, Pierre, D'Halluin, Estelle, Maestri, Gaja and Rambaud, Elsa (2019). Final Report "Exploring the Frames of Altruistic Action":A comparative analysis of volunteers' engagement in British and French pro-asylum charities (Jan 2017-Dec 2019). University of Leicester.

Reehal, Rakinder, Taal, Sarah and Maestri, Gaja (2019). Seeking Asylum. Women's Experiences of Home Office Decision Making, Destitution and Mental Health Issue. UNSPECIFIED.

2018

D'Halluin, Estelle, Maestri, Gaja, Monforte, Pierre and Rambaud, Elsa (2018). Interim Report “Exploring the Frames of Altruistic Action”. University of Leicester.

2017

Maestri, Gaja (2017). The contentious sovereignties of the camp: Political contention among state and non-state actors in Italian Roma camps. Political Geography, 60 , pp. 213-222.

Maestri, Gaja and Hughes, Sarah M. (2017). Contested spaces of citizenship: camps, borders and urban encounters. Citizenship Studies, 21 (6), pp. 625-639.

Maestri, Gaja (2017). Struggles and ambiguities over political subjectivities in the camp: Roma camp dwellers between neoliberal and urban citizenship in Italy. Citizenship Studies, 21 (6), pp. 640-656.

Maestri, Gaja (2017). Are they nomads, travellers or Roma? An analysis of the multiple effects of naming assemblages. Area, 49 (1), pp. 18-24.

2014

Maestri, Gaja (2014). The Economic Crisis as Opportunity: How Austerity Generates New Strategies and Solidarities for Negotiating Roma Access to Housing in Rome. City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 18 (6), pp. 808-823.

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