Members can download a variety of resources from this website for use during GRTHM (and other times!).
NATT+ GRTHM Book
This books looks back at the first three years of GRTHM. It also contains information about the Travelling communities, information on the reasons and aims for the month and has ideas for how schools can be involved.
The University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre is currently working in conjunction with the EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) to seek willing participants to complete an online survey which aims at mapping existing sources of data on the socio-economic conditions of Roma.
European Commission Vice-President Viviane Reding and Commissioner László Andor met with civil society organisations such as the European Roma Information Office, the European Roma Education Fund, Amnesty International and the Roma Grassroots Organisations Network to discuss Roma integration in Europe on 15th May 2013. The meeting comes ahead of the next Commission report on progress in implementing national strategies for Roma integration.
Popular NATT+ produced resources are on special offer this month to help the GRTHM celebrations in June. This year sees the sixth national history month, celebrating the history and culture of Gypsy, Roma and Travellers.