We’re delighted to announce that we have been awarded £93,134 in funding from Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales to help us make a positive impact on policy and practice in the criminal
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
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
Leading Gypsy, Roma and Traveller activists tell a packed Traveller Movement conference the time for change is now!
On Thursday the 21 of November leading Gypsy, Roma and Traveller professionals and
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
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
CEO of the Traveller Movement, Yvonne MacNamara said the following: Why is this Government pouring so much money into this issue when it would cost far, far less to provide sites for Gypsies and
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
The Traveller Movement and Rene Cassin launch new anti-hate speech campaign calling for more respectful language in politics
On Wednesday the 16 of October, the Traveller Movement and René Cassin
On Thursday the 7th of March the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Women’s Empowerment Network (WEN) met in the House of Lords to mark International Women’s Day. Coordinated by The Traveller Movement, the
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
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, members of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) Women’s Empowerment Network will meet in the House of Lords to promote GRT women’s equality. The event will
“We are very disappointed that the production company Firecracker have chosen to make another ridiculing and mocking programme about Gypsy and Travellers. Yet again we see the cutting and pasting of
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
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
The Church of England has passed a motion calling on its leaders to combat racism “in all its forms” against Gypsy, Roma and Irish Traveller communities.
The motion was passed at the General Synod -
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)
A new report released by the Children’s Commissioner for England highlights the lack of systematic oversight for home-educated children in England. It also shows a huge increase in children
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
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
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 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
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