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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

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

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

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 a coordinated effort we can offer an education system more inclusive to Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children

A roundtable event, organised by the Traveller Movement, the Children’s Commissioner for England and hosted by Kate Green MP met on Wednesday 29 June in the Houses of Parliament to discuss the

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

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

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

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

Brexit and Irish citizens in the UK: how to safeguard the rights of Irish citizens in an uncertain future

The rights of Irish citizens are at risk because of Brexit according to our latest report, authored by migration barrister Simon Cox. The paper found that the rights Irish citizens currently enjoy in

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

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

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The Traveller Movement is a national community charity promoting inclusion and community engagement with Gypsies, Roma and Travellers.

The Traveller Movement seeks to empower and support Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities to advocate for the full implementation of their human rights.

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