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# Travellers Rights

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'I have to pinch myself': Eileen Flynn on becoming the first female Traveller in the Oireachtas
Flynn was one of Micheál Martin’s nominees to the Seanad.
Opinion: 'Conditions for Travellers have been difficult in the Covid-19 shutdown'
Bernard Joyce of the Irish Traveller Movement says more needs to be done to protect Travellers during this pandemic and beyond.
The Taoiseach will recognise Traveller ethnicity tomorrow
Pavee Point said tomorrow would “mark an historic and hugely important day for Travellers”.
Just 9% of Travellers sit the Leaving: 'These education findings are frightening and a poor reflection on society'
We need to be more ambitious and innovative in tackling Traveller inequality, writes Martin Collins.
Suspected arson attack at Louth halting site causes thousands worth of damage
The incident happened at around 8.30pm at the Woodland Park site.
'Anti-Traveller sentiment is the last bastion of a backward Ireland'
Last night, our government had a chance to recognise Travellers as Ireland’s only indigenous ethnic minority, but they failed us, writes Freda Hughes.
New Children's Minister doesn't support Traveller ethnicity
Flanagan says he doesn’t think ethnic recognition would ‘be to Travellers’ advantage’.
Traveller group hits out at "hate speech" Daily Mail article
Brenda Power said that Travellers should “teach their children to use a golf club or a hurley for something other than breaking a cousin’s leg”.