Improving Outcomes With Gypsy, Roma And Traveller Communities: The National Strategy
Thank you for attending our Improving Outcomes With Gypsy, Roma And Traveller Communities: The National Strategy conference.
We hope you found the day informative and interesting. You can download the speaker presentations below.
Professor Thomas Acton FRSA OBE, Emeritus Professor of Romani Studies, University of Greenwich, Visiting Professor, Institute of Sociology and Social Policy, Corvinus University of Budapest, and Visiting Professor, Institute for Diversity Research, Inclusivity, Communities and Society, Bucks New University
Professor Jo Richardson, Associate Dean Research and Innovation and Professor of Housing and Social Research, De Montfort University
Sam Worrall, Health Policy Officer, Friends, Families and Travellers
Sue Hurtley, REMA Lead Teacher (West), Children, Schools & Families Directorate, Surrey County Council
Sue Hay and Rachel Heathcock, Parallel Lives Roma Project, East of England LGA
Professor Louise Condon, Professor of Nursing, Swansea University
Heather Stevens, Principal Policy Planner, East Hampshire District Council
Josie O’Driscoll and Orla Dellow, Gate Hertfordshire
Dr Naomi Thompson and David Woodger, Goldsmiths University of London