Welcome to the Traveller Movement

We are a national civil society organisation comprised of ethnic Romany Gypsies, Irish Travellers, Roma and members of the majority population working in partnership
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Events & Activities

Traveller Movement Safe Space for Women Microsite

Traveller Movement Safe Space for Women Microsite

Traveller Movement Education Microsite

Traveller Movement Education Microsite

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Traveller Movement Annual Conference: FUTURE VOICES

Thank you to everyone who attended the Traveller Movement Annual Conference 2023:  Future Voices.  Please find the 2023 Annual Conference Report here

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Charity Excellence Framework Quality Mark

The Charity Excellence Framework quality mark achieved by the Traveller Movement, provides demonstrable evidence to stakeholders and funders, of the Traveller Movement commitment to excellence, reassurance our trustees that our charity is well run and recognition for TM staff and volunteers for what they are achieving.

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Recipe Book

This recipe book will have both tradition and modern, sweet and savoury Traveller and Gypsy recipes from our Facebook group ‘Traveller and Gypsy Recipes and Tips’!

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The Way We Work

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Our Impact

  • 70
    Mentions in the media this year
  • 153,529
    Website page views
  • 1,031
    Event participants this year


For a small organisation they punch well above their weight
- Equality and Human Rights Commission

Upcoming events


Reaching Out - Essex Connected Communities External Link Icon

This event, is the 5th of a series of 6 Connected Communities events across the UK.


SE London Inter-Agency Meeting on Women and Girls External Link Icon

In celebration of International Women's Day and Women's History Month, join our SE London Inter-Agency Meeting on Women and Girls.

Current Campaigns

The Traveller Movement launched #OperationTravellerVote to ensure Gypsies, Roma and Travellers are registered to vote and most importantly, have their voices heard during elections.

Stop Shaming

We challenge ‘shaming’ as the rise of social media channels allow public humiliation to persist which has been particularly harmful to young women