We dream of an Ireland where the Traveller community are equal partners in every level of Irish society. We seek a future where government and community embrace our distinct ethnicity and where the conditions have been created so we are no longer on the margins fighting for justice, equality and our human rights.
Established in 1996, Donegal Travellers Project is an independent, locally based community development organisation working for and with the Traveller Community in Donegal. For over 20 years the project has supported Travellers to articulate their identity, to organise collectively and to work towards the realisation of their rights. Today Donegal Travellers Project has a staff team of nineteen working in a range of areas. See more on our history page.
Ireland has always welcomed people of many different origins, however, over the past decade it has become increasingly ethnically diverse. This can be seen in both our cities and in rural areas too and has become a feature of the new country Ireland is becoming. Donegal Travellers Project and its sister organisation – the Donegal Intercultural Platform – invite you to take part in our FREE on-line course on becoming DiversityAware!
This eight-part online training programme will take you through the key elements of being Diversity Aware and it will take under an hour to complete. Upon successful completion you will receive a DiversityAware course certificate. We are inviting you, your organisations or businesses to promote the training with members or staff and to take part yourselves.
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