We are led by Gypsies, Roma and Travellers, we are about Gypsies, Roma and Travellers, we are for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers. We believe that the community can be developed to become fully accepted participants in mainstream society while still retaining their distinct culture and heritage.
The Travellers' Times website brings the latest news, features & information for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people by Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people.
A production company and charity producing award-winning films and digital arts projects with a reputation, locally and nationally, for telling powerful stories from unheard voices and nurturing creative talent.
Bob Dawson is an An author, educator, Gypsy & Traveller Specialist and Genealogist. Bob’s website specializes in Gypsy and Romany books; antique, vintage, old and modern Gypsy postcards and educational materials for Britain's Traditional Travelling people.
Jake Bowers is a journalist, producer, media teacher and film maker with a 20+ year experience in the media. He trained as a journalist with Johnston Press and the BBC before starting his own successful production company the Gypsy Media Company Ltd in 2007.
RomArchive is a digital archive for Romani arts and cultures. It archives works from all genres and augments them with contemporary documents and scholarly appraisals.
British family history society for people with Romany Gypsy, Traveller and Fairground roots.
RAJPOT was established as a voluntary organization by individuals from varying backgrounds, including Scottish Gypsy Travellers. It's an inter-cultural arts centre for people from indigenous and seldom heard cultural communities.
The National Library of Wales' makes Welsh culture and heritage accessible to all to learn, research and enjoy. You can search these collections online. Documents and papers pertaining to the Wood and Roberts family are archived in the library.
Dictionary of Welsh Biography (DWB) provides free access to around 5,000 concise biographical articles in Welsh and English, each fully researched and written by a named specialist author, including biographies the Wood and Roberts family.
Works at national and international levels to ensure that human rights issues facing Romani communities in Europe are firmly on the political agenda.
ERIAC exists to increase the self-esteem of Roma and to decrease negative prejudice of the majority population towards the Roma by means of arts, culture, history, and media.
The Romani Studies Program (RSP) aims to engage scholars, policy makers, and activists in interdisciplinary knowledge production and debate on Roma identity and movement; antigypsyism; social justice and policy making; gender politics; and structural inequality.
The Roma Peoples Project spotlights new narratives for a global Roma people, examining topics such as identity, stigma, mobility and displacement.
The Human Rights Commission was set up in 1977 and works under the Human Rights Act 1993. Our purpose is to promote and protect the human rights of all people in Aotearoa New Zealand. We work for a free, fair, safe and just New Zealand, where diversity is valued and human dignity and rights are respected.
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