Consultation Outcome

Enabling Gypsies, Roma and Travellers

This consultation ended 27 days ago.

Reviewing responses

The responses to this consultation are currently being reviewed. Details of the outcome will be published here in due course.

Original consultation

Summary 
We want your views on draft proposals to improve access to help, advice and services for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities in Wales.
Consultation period 
This consultation ran from 28 September 2017 to 21 December 2017
Consultation launched 28 September 2017

Documents

Consultation document
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Children’s Rights Impact Assessment
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Equality Impact Assessment
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Consultation description 

This document replaces the Travelling to a Better future Framework for Action and Delivery Plan (2011).

We are consulting on proposals for Gypsies, Roma and Travellers that help to:

  • improve social inclusion
  • allow access to culturally-appropriate and good quality accommodation
  • reduce the incidence and impact of unauthorised encampments and homelessness
  • narrow the gap in educational and health outcomes
  • help them understand their rights and participate in decision-making
  • support equal access to the labour market
  • improve their relationship with criminal justice and social care agencies.
Help and support 

For more information about this consultation email EqualityandProsperityMailbox@gov.wales