Vacancy: Pavee Point Collections Archivist

Are you a professional archivist looking to be part of an exciting project to preserve and promote Traveller heritage and help develop a Traveller archive? Pavee Point is seeking an archivist to collate, catalogue, digitise and display the Pavee Point collection of photographs, documents and other materials relating to Traveller histories, culture and activism.  This […]

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Recognising International Traveller & Roma Day 2024

Today, on International Traveller & Roma Day 2024, we recognise and celebrate the rich culture, history, diversity and resilience of Travellers and Roma in Ireland and beyond. This day reminds us that we must continue to tackle racism in all of its forms and stand in solidarity with one another to ensure rights are respected, […]

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Vacancy: Traveller Arts and Culture Worker

Are you a Traveller interested in the arts and helping to promote Traveller participation in the arts in Ireland? This job offers an opportunity to engage with arts and culture organisations and with Travellers and Traveller organisations working in arts and culture – across a broad range of creative activities such as music, film, drama, […]

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International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2024

On today, the International Day against Racism, Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre stands in solidarity with all who experience racism in all its forms everywhere. We call for urgent action at every level – locally, nationally and globally for its elimination.Today marks one year since the launch of the Government’s National Action Plan Against […]

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Pavee Point Hosts the Third Traveller & Roma Education Strategy Consultation  

Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre were delighted to host the third in a series of six Traveller and Roma Education Strategy Consultations currently taking place around the country. The consultation today was focused on Roma Education. The consultation events propose to capture participants’ views on: –  the ambition required for the Traveller and Roma education strategy; – […]

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Pavee Point Abhors All Instances of Animal Cruelty

Pavee Point first and foremost would like to state that we as an organisation, abhor all instances of animal cruelty, any of which are totally unacceptable. A recent incident of the death of a horse as reported on social media over the weekend in particular is a shameful act and should never have happened. The […]

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Travellers and St. Patrick’s Festival 2024

Travellers and Traveller groups participated in Dublin’s St. Patrick’s Festival at the Festival Quarter, Collins Barracks on St Patrick’s Day. There was singing and stories from Thomas McCarthy and Trish Reilly at National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.  At the same venue women from Pavee Point Traveller & Roma Centre hosted a flower-making workshop at […]

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Tender for Comprehensive National Study on Traveller Substance use

The Eastern Region Traveller Health Unit is currently seeking requests for tenders to undertake research on Traveller substance misuse use. The overall objective of the research is to develop a contemporary and comprehensive analysis of Travellers and substance misuse in Ireland within a human rights framework. For more information, see here.   Completed proposals should […]

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