Looking Forward, Breaking New Ground video links

Here is the video stream of our 2021 Conference Looking Forward, Breaking New Ground at the Friends Meeting House, Manchester.

The links below will take you to specific presentations
WelcomeLisa Smith (Chair, ACERT)
IntroductionRichard O’Neill (Author)
School and Parent involvementPresenters
Roma home schooling: Inclusion through the pandemic and beyondHarriet Crossley and Juice Vamosi
Bowling Park Primary &
KaskoSan Roma Charity
Empowering, supporting, training and representing European nationals in Greater ManchesterRamona Constantin
Roma Advocacy Worker Europia
Roma Inclusion in Early Years EducationJuraj Tancos
St Edmund’s Nursery School & Children’s Centre
Q & A PanelAll presenters
COVID-19 STREET SCHOOLING Livestream Film screening by KaskoSan Charity
The First World Romani CongressOne of three animations also available on the ACERT website.
Outreach work and setting personal goalsPresenters
‘Traveller Wagon Project – Bringing Heritage Alive!’
Heritage Lottery Young Roots exhibition
Tara Whelan, Teaching Assistant and GRT liaison officer
Claudia Rendo,  Teacher
Salford Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service
Now Listen Here: engaging with GRT young people living in Lancashire, to hear their voicesSeb Smith – Lancashire Ethnic Minority Gypsy Roma Traveller Achievement Service
Carl Woodward – Dukes Theatre Lancaster
Emma Rucastle – Theatre Maker and Creative Practitioner
Higher Education inclusion in IrelandOwen P. Ward – Traveller Education Officer at the National University of Ireland in Galway
Identity and Representation
A dialogue between two young men comparing their cultures and identities.
Ollie Petrovitc & Tayeeb
Amaro Drom
Introducing CrystalSuzanna King – Writer of Crystal’s Vardo suzanna@gypsy-traveller.org
Q & A PanelAll Presenters
Roads From The Past
Hard Road to Travel
The Romani flag
Being me
Losing Phyllis
Gelem, Gelem!
Short films from Travellers Times Online
Moving on, aiming high!Darlington Traveller Education Service
Raising expectationsPresenters
Raising the career aspirations of Gypsies, Roma and Travellers on a shoestringSelina Costello & Janine Lowther
Darlington Traveller Education Service
Strengthening multi-agency approach in supporting families with education and attendanceGill Rowlands, Pat Connors, Allison Cain
Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service, School Improvement Liverpool & Attendance and Welfare Team
GRTSB Higher Education Network  PledgeSherrie Smith
Bucks New University & Drive2Survive
Crafting Pathways to FE, HE & BeyondImogen Di Sapia
Bright Moon Weaving Studio
An educational journeyShelby Holmes
Outreach Officer, New College Oxford
Q and A Panel and closing remarks All presenters, Richard O’Neill, Lisa Smith
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