Domestic & Sexual Abuse Project

Never Going to Beat You “An important, poignant piece of theatre. It brought me to tears. This script telling stories from the community is incredibly powerful.” ‘Never Going to Beat You’ is a play that threads together the varying and different stories of many women of all ages from the Gypsy, Traveller and Roma communities. […]

Community Internships

Community Internships The Traveller Movement Community Internship programme is an opportunity for on-the-job training for community members. Placements range from 3-12 months. Successful applicants to our programmers are given a wide range of experiences during their time with us. Interns are given genuine responsibility and real projects to work on, some of these include working […]

Equality & Social Justice Unit

What is the Equality & Social Justice Unit? The Equality & Social Justice Unit (ESJU) is a free advice, advocacy and support service for Gypsy, Traveller and Roma individuals, communities and the people who represent them. Our focus is on avoiding the need to go to court by taking early action. We can help with […]

Education Advice & Advocacy

Advice and support for families On issues such as: School exclusions Special Educational Needs diagnosis & support School transfers Admissions Bullying   We provide an over-the-phone or Skype service that covers all of the UK, as well as face-to-face appointments within London. We also offer practical support with formal appeals and complaints and, where possible, […]

Training

The Traveller Movement works towards building and strengthening the capacity of individuals, groups and networks to participate in UK wide decision making processes. This can then happen at local, regional and national levels. It is made possible through the provision and facilitation of user friendly training and information as well as lending support towards self advocacy. […]

Health & Wellbeing

Call for action: write to your MP urging them support GRT ethnic inclusion in the NHS Despite Gypsies, Roma & Travellers having some of the very worst health outcomes, including lower than average life expectancy, NHS England still does not include GRT people in its ethnic monitoring system. We are calling for this to change […]

Youth Work Programmes

The Traveller Movement  Youth Work programmes specifically engage with young people Not in Education or Training (NEET) between the ages of 14-25.  The 2011 Censes indicates that this is  three  times more likely  for Gypsies and Travellers in comparison  to wider society. For further information visit the website: Office for National Statistics   The model of youth work that underpins our […]

Partnerships & Collaborations

Bridging the gap between research, policy and community engagement The Traveller Movement (TM) is proud of its extensive links with stakeholders, universities and other NGOs on a national and international basis.  Building on the respective strengths of partnerships, networks and collaborations across the, public, private and voluntary sectors is the best way that the TM […]