The Romani Cultural & Arts Company are offering ‘an insider’s guide to a deeper understanding of the Romani and Traveller communities in Wales’ and to building stronger relationships with the Gypsy, Roma, Traveller communities on the basis of that deeper understanding, for educationalists, policy and strategy-makers, local authority service providers, non-governmental organisations and the Third Sector.
The Romani Cultural & Arts Company is uniquely positioned to deliver such understanding and experience, from a Romani and Traveller perspective, as RCAC is a Gypsy, Roma and Traveller led organisation that promotes development within the community it serves, addressing social justice and improving social cohesion between communities. We provide a deeper insight into working with Romani and Traveller communities, in ways that are intended to enhance, strengthen and support delivery of services by your organisation, in ways no other organisation and training can. Meeting your organisation’s commitments to diversity, social inclusion and addressing disadvantaged communities, in particular to meeting the aims and objectives of the Welsh legislative context, such as the Well-being of Future Generations Act (Wales)2015, (https://futuregenerations.wales/about-us/future-generations-act/) and complying with the statutory obligations of the “Travelling to a Better Future” A Gypsy and Traveller Framework for Action and Delivery Plan (Update March 2016) are an integral part of the development programme to 2020 in Wales (http://gov.wales/topics/people-and-communities/communities/communitycohesion/gypsytravellers/?lang=en). Our training provides the necessary, deep understanding of the issues and challenges historically facing the Romani and Traveller communities and the current, ever-changing societal context faced by Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
Who should attend this training?
This course is essential for anyone interested in ensuring that their services are inclusive and accessible for the Romani and Traveller communities and for meeting the complex legislative framework that ensures diversity and . It would be particularly useful for those who work in equality, health, education, social services, planning, housing and accommodation and the early years.
Why should you attend this training?
It will support you to:
By the end the session participants will have:
There are only 50 places available so please book early to avoid disappointment. The cost for the day (to include light refreshments & lunch) is £145 per participant, if you book before the Friday 11th May and £160 per participant if you book between Monday 14th May and Friday 18th May 2018. Places will only be secured with a confirmed payment.
Refreshments are included for workshop participants.
Please email for a booking form to: [email protected]