MECOPP and Article 12 are proud to present an exhibition at the Scottish Parliament. Gypsy/Travellers have played an important role in the social, cultural and economic life of Scotland for centuries. This exhibition is a small selection of work by Gypsy/Travellers and those who work with them.
Time: Thursday 16th May, 1pm - 3pm
Location: The White House, 70 Niddrie Mains Rd, Scotland, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH16 4BG
Cost: Free to Attend
Gypsy/Traveller community members and MECOPP, with support from the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, will lead an interactive seminar; a chance to dispel myths and promote dialogue.
Date & Time: Thu 21 February 2019, 13:30 – 16:30
Location: Norton Park Conference Centre, Napier Room, 57 Albion Road, Edinburgh, EH7 5QY
Cost: Free to Attend – maximum 2 tickets per organisation.
Gypsy/Traveller community members and MECOPP staff will lead an interactive seminar; a chance to dispel myths and promote dialogue. This free to attend seminar will be of relevance to all who are interested in looking at their own policies and practices with regard to minority groups and especially those who work with carers in Scotland.