Worried about your child being taken into care? Advice and new research

Information guide Are you worried about your child being taken into care? Not sure who to turn to for help? Well we’ve created a helpful guide for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller families and the organisations that work with them. This has been put together with input from family law specialists and provides a list of […]

LGBT support

The Traveller Movement has launched a new campaign to raise awareness of LGBT people within the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities. The initiative is the first of its kind in the UK and aims to challenge homophobic attitudes within the GRT community as well as providing valuable resources and support for LGBT Gypsies and […]

New YouGov poll finds shocking racism toward Gypsies and Travellers

Only four out of ten parents (41%) in Great Britain would be happy for their child go to the home of a child who is a Gypsy/Traveller for a playdate and over one in four adults (42%) in Britain said they would be unhappy with a close relative having a long-term relationship or marriage with […]

The last acceptable form of racism?

The Traveller Movement’s research, ‘The last acceptable form of racism?’, is the most extensive of its kind and sheds new light into Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) people’s experience of prejudice and discrimination in areas such as education, employment, healthcare and access to services. It also reveals the full extent to which hate crime impacts […]

Celebrating Gypsy, Roma and Traveller’s History Month

The Traveller Movement GRTHM Exhibition is being held throughout the month of June and July.  The exhibition is being held at the Resource for London, in Holloway Road where the Traveller Movement Offices. We are celebrating with an art exhibition displaying culture, photography, poetry and much much more.  Work has come in from members of […]

General Election June 2017

Now a General Election has been called on the 8th June, the Traveller Movement will be campaigning to ensure Gypsies Travellers and Roma have their voices heard and are not used as a political football by those wanting to be elected. If you want to have your voice heard, you have to register to vote […]

The Traveller Movement responds to the EHRC ‘Healing a divided Britain’ report

Commenting on the Equality and Human Rights Commission ‘Healing a divided Britain’ report, Yvonne MacNamara CEO of the Traveller Movement said: “The EHRC’s in-depth report rightly highlights the systemic disadvantages and discrimination the Gypsy, Traveller and Roma communities face across the UK. The Traveller Movement’s 2016 Discrimination Survey found that, as a coping mechanism against […]