Links - Equality & Diversity

The links below are related to our work and our networks. We hope you find them useful.


Is a voluntary community development organization that is comprised of Travellers and members of the majority population. The group is committed to achieving human rights for Irish Travellers.

Donegal Traveller Project

Established in 1996, Donegal Travellers Project is an independent, locally based community development organisation working for and with the Traveller Community in Donegal. .

Exchange House National Travellers Service

An organisation of Traveller and non-Traveller people working together to provide services to Traveller men and women, Traveller families, and Traveller young people and children, many of whom are in crisis.


In Partnership with Travellers recognises the equality of the Traveller Community by providing programmes, initiatives and services that promote the participation and inclusion of the Traveller Community in Irish Society.

Irish Chaplaincy

The Irish Chaplaincy in Britain is one of the oldest Irish charities in the UK. For nearly 60 years we have been providing practical support to the Irish Community in Britain.

Irish Traveller Movement

The Irish Traveller Movement (ITM) is a national network of organisations and individuals working within the Traveller community.

Kerry Travellers Health & Community Development Project

Traveller led organisation, where Traveller ethnicity is championed, and where Travellers are proud of their identity and are actively engaged in community life.

National Traveller Women's Forum

The National Traveller Women's Forum (NTWF) is the national network of Traveller women and Traveller women's organisations from throughout Ireland.

Navan Travellers Workshops

Meath Travellers Workshops has a strong commitment to perserving, promoting and celebrating Traveller History and Culture.

Offaly Traveller Movement

We are a community development organisation offering services responding to health, accommodation, youth, education and human rights.