Despite recent political and policy initiatives that have been designed to enable local and national opportunities for positive social action and change, members of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities continue to face challenges relating to racism, forced assimilation and racial harassment. They continue to experience poorer life outcomes compared to the majority of society, with socio-economic deprivation being clearly related to the discrimination that is so frequently experienced and reported (University of Salford, 2017).
This event, chaired by Dr Joanne Westwood, is part of the University of Salford’s Making Research Count initiative. It is intended to provide delegates with ideas and opportunities to achieve lasting and sustainable change. Co-delivered with members of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller community, practitioners and academics, this event will provide opportunities to:
This event will be of interest to all who are committed to working to support Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children and young people in the UK.