Pavee Point took part in today’s Department of Education’s consultation with Traveller organisations on its Anti-Bullying Action Plan.  

“It’s important the the Traveller voice is heard and Pavee Point called for data by ethnicity on racist bullying to be collected in schools and analysed and used to make positive changes,” said Education Worker, Tracey Reilly.

Travellers and Traveller organisations can make submissions and fill out the online survey details until 21st June.

An online questionnaire can be completed at: Consultation on the Review of the Action Plan on Bullying and the Review of the Anti-bullying Procedures for primary and post-primary schools

Written submissions can also be made at: Consultation on the Review of the Action Plan on Bullying and the Review of the Anti-bullying Procedures for primary and post-primary schools