GLA Citizen Engagement Project

We are currently running a GLA Citizen Engagement Programme which has seen eleven young London based Travellers trained in basic research skills and design a questionnaire exploring the barriers faced by London based Gypsy, Roma and Traveller young people in education. The peer researchers conducted a total of forty four interviews with twenty four males and twenty females after which they analysed the data together. This data will be used to compile a report, and the young people will create a film about ‘What it is like to be a young Traveller in London’.


We also have a wealth of Education publications and guides which discuss a range of issues from home-schooling to exclusions to good practice. If you are a school, college or university interested in further training or information on GRT in Education, contact us.

New Horizons Youth Project

The New Horizons Youth Project involved a successful conference organised and facilitated by a group of young Traveller women which sought to address ‘Education and Training for the future’. As a result of this conference, a construction training scheme was run in partnership with the Construction Youth Trust which provided the participants with thirty hours of free training in carpentry, brickwork and painting and decorating. At the end of the course participants were able to take the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) card test.

If you are interested in collaborating on a future project, contact us.