The article explores what impact the concept of a Social Europe might have on Europe's Roma and how economic intervention and redistribution might alleviate Roma poverty and diminish Anti-Gypsyism. The article also makes the case for new deliberative forms of democracy being developed in tandem with social justice orientated policy through a renewed EU Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies. A version of this paper was presented in a keynote speech to the Council of Europe's fourth Dialogue with Roma and Traveller Civil Society in Strasbourg in September 2017.
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