No more lost Romani and Traveller children
TOY for Inclusion
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The TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs offer integrated services to Romani andFind out more
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“Research shows that Romani children are behind in every single stage of their education path”, says Lisa Smith. As a Global Leader for Young Children she was awarded funding by the World Forum Foundation to create a project for her Traveller community. Her project changed the way Traveller parents thought about early years education. “Roma …
TOY for Inclusion addresses increasingly worrying issues like discrimination and segregation that oppress Romani children from very early age.
Together with other organizations, we create TOY libraries to bring people of all generations and ethnicities play and learn together as a community.Find out more
The Northumbria University Newcastle seeks candidates to their PhD project titled “Exploring interventions to tackle service provider discrimination against Roma, Gypsy and Traveller Communities”. Health inequalities and lack of services hit Roma and Travellers disproportionately. According to the Roma Health Report of the European Union (2014), the Roma population has considerably shorter life expectancy compared …