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A Guide to Traveller Web Sites
Links to websites referring to Travellers, Romany peoples, Traveller culture, history and lifestyle.
Although this \'African traditional heritage village\' is now closed, there are still some teaching resources and artefacts available.
Apache Art Company
Run workshops on Native American Indian art, culture and history.
Bishop's Stortford Museum
Looks at the colonial history of South Africa and the culture of Black Africa more generally.
Community Cohesion - Equal But Different
This website aims to highlight the excellent work being done in the East of England around the issues of community cohesion and diversity.
Essex Islamic Trust
Range of services include: after-school club, supplementary school, health interpreting and translation.
The Harambee Centre is a Development Education Centre that provides information, resources, advice, education and training to promote understanding of, and action on, global issues.
Ipswich and Suffolk Racial Equality Council
Advocates equal opportunity and good race relations, particularly in the areas of employment, education, housing, immigration and nationality.
Irish Society of East Anglia
The aim of the society is to promote all things Irish.
Kim Barrall Design
Traditional African artefacts, musical instruments and fabrics.
Manna Shaw Software
Educational software resources.
NEAD (Norfolk Education & Action for Development)
NEAD is a development eduction centre that works locally towards a more just and equal world by promoting awareness and action on global issues.
Norfolk Black History Month
Information on events, projects and black history. In addition there are resources for learning and links for more information.
The Norwich Playhouse aims to bring the best of music, comedy, dance and drama to the east of England.
Genuine educational resources from around the world as well as workshops and INSET sessions.
Slave Trade Abolition in Cambridgeshire & Suffolk
An innovative resource for teaching local, national and international history, using original sources.
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