We aim to raise awareness on the issues that effect Romani (Gypsies), Roma & Irish Travellers, promote equality, inclusion and justice

We are currently campaigning in a number of areas in line with our mission and vision. Presently, we are advocation for the eradication of hate speech, discrimination, and the promotion of women’s rights and equalities

Ongoing Campaigns

Operation Report Hate

#OperationReportHate is a campaign aimed at raising awareness within the Romani (Gypsy), Roma and Irish Traveller communities about hate crimes and the need to report them

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Stop Shaming

Public shaming has become a common phenomenon with the rise of social media platforms. Women have been targeted the most in this regard and it is time to put an end to it

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Cut It Out

Public shaming has become a persistent problem with the rise of social media platforms, where women in particular have been affected

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This initiative aims to advance gender equality for GRT women in areas of education, services and the labour market

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Operation Traveller Vote

This campaign was aimed at encouraging Gypsies, Roma and Travellers to register to vote and voting in elections

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Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month

Gypsy Roma Traveller History Month is an annual celebration of culture in the month of June.

(GRTHM) was established as a way of raising awareness of these communities and their contributions to society

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Census 2021 Stand Up and Be Counted

Disclosing your ethnicity on the 2021 Census ensure the government can provide tailored support and services

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Record of Our Own

This aims to record experiences of prisoners, prison leavers and their families from ethnic minority backgrounds

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Our Projects

We are committed to tackling issues that impact the lives of Romani(Gypsies),Roma & Irish

Whats On

We hold events aimed at Romani (Gypsies), Roma & Irish Travellers