By Chrissie Brown - Nutrition and Dietetic student at Kings College London, Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Student Lead for KCLWP and advisory board member to the Traveller Movement.
My name is Chrissie
By Sophie Francis-Cansfield, Campaigns and Public Affairs Officer, Women’s Aid Federation of England
Almost two years after it was included in the Queen’s speech, the Government have published
The Traveller Movement welcomes the review of school exclusions by former education Minister Edward Timpson published yesterday (7 May). The report makes 30 recommendations to Government calling for
My name is Kaitlyn Christina Handleigh. I’m a 14 year old Traveller girl living in London and attending a public school (also in London). Over the Summer I will be doing work experience with the
First, we must resist - then we can remember
By Brigitta Balogh and Colin Clark
We must remember and honour the Roma Holocaust of World War 2 and the memories of those we lost. But in
Traveller Movement launches report in parliament aimed at improving the educational outcomes of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils
On Tuesday the 30th of April the Traveller Movement will hold a roundtable event in parliament to launch a new report aimed at improving the educational outcomes for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller
Hi, my name is Suzie and I am an adviser at Family Rights Group. We are the charity that works with parents in England and Wales whose children are in need, at risk or are in the care system and with
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Last week (18 April 2019) the Education Policy Institute (EPI) published a report into the off rolling of pupils from school registers. Ofsted defines off-rolling as ‘the practice of removing a pupil
By Martin Campbell - Director of the Gypsy Roma Traveller Police Association, serving police officer and advisory board member to the Traveller Movement.
“You want to be a Muskra?!”
By Tina McInerney, women’s officer at the Traveller Movement
It’s been a busy and exciting time for the Traveller Movement team this month after one of our projects hit new, dizzying heights! It’s
Women and Equalities Committee publish report on Tackling Inequalities in Gypsy Roma and Traveller communities - positive step forward or missed opportunity?
On Friday the 5th of April the Women and Equalities Committee publish the long awaited report into the inequalities faced by Gypsy Roma and Traveller communities.
While we are encouraged to see the
By Claire Kent - Head Teacher of Mount C of E Primary School, Newark, Nottinghamshire.
I am fortunate enough to have worked at our school for 20 years, with the last three serving in my current role
September blog - Gypsy Traveller Training: Are we blaming ourselves for our own position of disadvantage? by Jim Davies
Gypsy Traveller Training: Are we blaming ourselves for our own position of disadvantage?
By Jim Davies
My eye has been caught recently by a number of advertisements offering Gypsy Traveller
By Abi Angus – former education and advocacy officer with the Traveller Movement
My favourite memories of running the education advocacy project at Traveller Movement are of time spent out-and-about
The Traveller Movement is delighted to announce that our annual conference will take place on Thursday the 21 of November in Resource for London.
The title of this years conference is Waiting
On Thursday the 11 of July the Traveller Movement will launch a new short film in parliament about Travellers and social services.
Co-produced with members of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT)
By Cris McCurley – Partner with Ben Hoare Bell solicitors
After a significant period of consultation, the Home Office have published the Domestic Abuse bill and report. The 100s of front line
Do you want to learn research skills and take part in designing and filming a video about the difficulties London Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people face in education?
Are you 18 – 25 years old