Recognising Diversity & Pride within the Traveller Community
National Traveller Pride has been held annually with support from the Department of Justice and Equality. During Traveller Pride Week, national and local events take place around the country, celebrating and promoting Travellers contribution to every aspect of Irish life.
With the backdrop of Covid-19, this year's Traveller Pride Week will be an Online for a National Traveller Campaign. Starting Monday 13th of July 2020, this year's theme will be “Recognising Diversity & Pride within the Traveller Community". We will be supporting and promoting Traveller diversity and Travellers' contribution to every aspect of Irish life.
The objectives of Traveller Pride Week are to;
We need to acknowledge that we are all different in age, appearance, disability, abilities, values, beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, religion, autism, colour and ethnicity. It's important to acknowledge and celebrate our differences as a community to show our love and affection for one another in the face of hostility hate and racism in Ireland. We ask you to join this national Traveller awareness campaign 2020
How can you support this online campaign.
Traveller Pride Week 2020 is an opportunity for all us to work together to highlight and amplify our message to the wider society. Through our online campaign, we will highlight and promote the richness of Traveller diversity and celebrate this together throughout Traveller Pride Week 2020.
Show your support Join National Traveller Pride Week Campaign
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