Romani identities- include international strategies
ethnogenesis- conscious attempt toward achieving for the Roma the accepted status of a politically organized, non-territorial (transnational), ethnic-national group (Gheorghe 1991: 831),
Romani ‘political nationalism’, i.e. the political organization, representation and participation in political life.
‘culture moves to politics’ (Gheorghe 1991: 842),
common space in which people of different ethnicity co-operate without allowing the differences to become the predominant issue which would exclude communication.
political homogenization protects cultural heterogeneity vs
the process of ‘politicization of ethnogenesis’ leads to the abandonment of ethnic identity as a part of Romani agenda.