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The Helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights, across England, Scotland and Wales. We can also accept referrals from organisations which, due to capacity or funding issues, are unable to provide face to face advice to local users of their services.
This page will give you information on how to report a hate crime, what happens when you do and some of the support that is available in Gypsies, Roma and Travellers if you have been a victim of hate crime.
Anti-Gypsy Roma Travellerism is hostility, prejudice, discrimination or racism specifically directed at Gypsy, Roma, Traveller people. Gypsy, Roma, Travellers (GRT) experience a shockingly higher degree of discrimination prejudice and racism in their daily lives.
A BAME-led organisation providing free, confidential casework support and advocacy for victims of racist incidents and all other types of hate crime too. The organisation supports Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people and communities.
Article 12 believe that governments, professionals, and the wider community should all play a role in building an environment that respects, values and validates the contributions of young people.
The Travellers Advice Team (TAT) at Community Law Partnership provides advice, assistance and representation to Gypsies and Travellers throughout England and Wales on issues to do with PSPOs, evictions, planning matters, matters involving rented sites, homelessness, cases involving boat dwellers and other related matters. TAT's service includes a dedicated Gypsy and Traveller Helpline.