Pavee Point is a national non-governmental organisation comprised of Travellers, Roma and members of the majority population working in partnership at national, regional, local and international levels.
Over the past thirty years Pavee Point has an established track record in innovative and ground-breaking work using a collective community development approach to addressing Traveller issues and promoting Traveller rights.
Travellers and Roma are fully recognised and respected as minority ethnic groups who are proud and confident in their cultural identity and exercising their human rights.
Pavee Point’s mission is to contribute to improvement in the quality of life, living circumstances, status and participation of Travellers & Roma through working innovatively for social justice, greater solidarity, development, equality and human rights.
Strategic Plan – click on image for report
Annual Reports – click on image for report
Financial Statement End 2016 – Click here
30 Year Anniversary
“Critical to the ongoing success of Pavee Point is the fact that for 30 years the organisation has had the ability to look from both within and without, clearly identifying the issues confronting not only Irish Travellers but amongst wider Irish society too, from the top of the political echelon to the smaller, more anonymous corners.” Colum McCann. 2015