Human rights seminar on April 16 to mark EU Roma Week
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“Bringing Human Rights Home: Traveller and Roma Human Rights in Ireland” is being held today in Dublin Castle to mark EU Roma Week.
Leading Roma and Traveller academics, human rights experts, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights, the Department of Justice and Equality and others meet to discuss how to remove barriers to equality for Roma and Travellers. Click on image for full agenda.
The seminar provides a space for policy-makers, elected representatives, human rights experts and Traveller and Roma leaders to discuss and reflect on recent research and policy on Travellers and Roma and how we can affect progress.
Panel discussions reflect on Traveller and Roma human rights in 2018 and discuss the ways in which the human rights framework and the National Traveller and Roma Inclusion Strategy can be used to progress Traveller and Roma rights.
This seminar is being organised by Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre in collaboration with the Department of Justice and Equality.