Welcoming Annemarie Gaynor – National Mental Health Youth Worker  

Ann-Marie Gaynor is a genuinely inspiring individual. From her early experiences in childcare and Montessori education to her time at the Longford Traveller Preschool before transitioning into nursing, she has shown remarkable resilience and adaptability.  Her work with the ‘No Shame Project’ and her commitment to breaking down stigmas around mental health and barriers for…

We Are Proud to Be a Neurodiverse Workplace

We are pleased to announce that Travellers’ Voice has recently joined the Neurodiversity in Business initiative. We take pride in embracing a neurodiverse workplace. We are excited to share information on how to become more inclusive towards individuals with neurodivergent conditions such as Autism Spectrum Condition, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Developmental Language Disorder,…

The Power of Community, Collaboration and Gratitude 

  Tusla and Traveller Families Care recently held an event to express gratitude for their collaborative work with the Travelling Community. The event, which took place on Monday, November 13th, celebrated their joint Project under the National Traveller and Roma Inclusion Strategy.   The Project aims to increase the number of culturally appropriate foster homes available…

A Brighter Future for Ireland’s LGBTI+ Community-Call to Rescind Historical Convictions.  

John Doyle   The term “discrimination” describes the unfair or unjust treatment of an individual or a group of individuals because of traits like race, gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, or ethnicity. Discrimination happens in various contexts, including public services, employment, housing, and the workplace.   Undoubtedly, discrimination impacts victims’ opportunities, well-being, physical and mental health,…