“These inequalities cannot continue to be ignored,” said Ronnie Fay, Co Director Pavee Point.
Kathleen Lawrence tells her story of leaving formal education aged 15 to achieving her degree from NUI Maynooth.
The Traveller Ethnicity Pin was created to celebrate the Irish State’s formal acknowledgement of Travellers as a distinct ethnic group in Irish society on 1st of March this year.
Pavee Point Traveller & Roma Centre welcomes the announcement that a pig farm on the site of a Roma concentration camp in the Czech Republic will finally be bought by the Czech government and a proper memorial put in place.
Mrs. Sabina Higgins was guest of honour at our memorial event at Dublin’s Mansion House to commemorate the estimated 500,000 Roma who were murdered in the Holocaust.
A delegation from Choctaw Nation Oklahoma visited Pavee Point and discussed the striking similarities between the experiences of Irish Travellers and Choctaw Nation.
Recognition of Traveller ethnicity – this is an historic and momentous day for the Irish Traveller community and for equality in Ireland.
Sorry, no sponsors matched your criteria.