The Roma programme works to progress the realisation of Roma health and human rights in Ireland.  This is done through research and policy analysis at the national level and engagement with Roma communities and service providers.

We work to provide policy analysis in relation to Roma issues in the context of the wider European Roma and human rights policy framework.

Our goals:

  1. Progression of Roma rights and health outcomes through the development of evidence based policy and interventions.

  2. Increase Roma access to and engagement with health and other services.

  3. Emergence of strong Roma leaders, working from community development and human rights principles.

Celebrating Roma Culture & History

Each year we celebrate International Roma Day on 8th of April.  This gives us a chance to remind ourselves of the Roma contribution to culture and diversity.  Part of our work is also to commemorate  Roma history and on the 2nd of August we commemorate Roma Genocide Memorial Day.

Contact the Roma Project  Tel: +353 1 8780255

  • Jenny Liston, Programme Co Ordinator:
  • Gabi Muntean, Community Development Worker:

  • Tica Muntean, Community Development Worker:


Roma Project Annual Report
Pavee Point, 2016

Roma Project Annual Report
Pavee Point, 2015

Roma Project Annual Report
Pavee Point, 2014

For other resources on Roma go to our Library