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Find out the latest news on nomadism in the UK – from analysis of what's hitting the headlines, to updates on the big issues affecting people living on roadside camps.

If you want to keep up with our most recent research, projects and press coverage you are in the right place!

Young people enjoying a fairy garden party at a Traveller site in Cornwall

“Proud of who we are”: All the ways our Projects celebrated Gypsy, Roma, Traveller Pride this summer

What does celebrating Gypsy, Roma, Traveller History Month look like for you? Is it learning about parts of your heritage you don’t know, is it...
Richard O'Neill with his School for Nomads book

Book Release: Richard O’Neill’s School for Nomads dreams of education made for Gypsies and Travellers

Richard O’Neill’s new children’s book was published in June. Renowned Romany Gypsy author O’Neill worked with Gypsy and Traveller young people to create a School...
A view over Appleby Fair, June 2022

Call for submissions: Seeking projects supporting Gypsies and Travellers living roadside

Moving for Change is seeking creative projects that will support nomadic life under threat. We are pleased to announce the launch of our project commissioning...
Houses of Parliament

Moving for Change statement on the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

Yesterday on April 28, the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill received Royal Assent. This means stopping without consent, with plans to stay the night,...
Journey to a Fair

New Funding Opportunity: Celebrate your communities with a Micro Project from Moving for Change

Today, Moving for Change is pleased to announce the launch of a new Micro Projects fund. Moving for Change is looking for people who want...
Houses of Parliament

Government launches new £10m fund for Traveller sites and stopping places with Moving for Change help

Moving for Change welcomes the announcement of the new government Fund for Traveller sites. The £10 million fund announced yesterday, 20th March, by the Department...
At Agram, Croatian Sinti and Roma women and children

Moving for Change Statement on Jimmy Carr

Today, Moving for Change released a statement in response to Jimmy Carr’s use of the Roma Genocide in ‘His Dark Material’ Netflix show. In the...
Adrian Jones

An update from Moving for Change Policy Lead, Adrian Jones: Bridging the Research/Policy divide

Between 5th and 20th May 2020, on behalf of Moving for Change members, the former National Federation of Gypsy Liaison Groups, I contacted every local...

Moving for Change awards almost £100,000 in funding to projects improving lives of people living roadside

Today 12th August 2021, Moving for Change has awarded almost £100,000 in funding to six projects which aim to improve quality of life for nomadic...