Traveller Primary Health Care workers attended the End Poverty event at the Poverty Stone near the Customs House in Dublin.

According to Census 2016 Travellers experience an 80% unemployment rate and other statistics show Travellers make up 9% of the homeless population.

“We put our wishes for our children to have equal opportunities in education, employment and education as our ‘footsteps for a better future'” said Sheila Reilly.

You can visit the footsteps to the future which now pave the End Poverty Walkway to the Famine Memorial on Dublin’s quayside.