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Traveller Mental Health – “a justice issue”

The 2022 Bar of Ireland Human Rights Award will be conferred on The National Traveller Mental Health Network (N.T.M.H.N) – in recognition of its community-based work and advocacy in the area of mental health of the Travelling Community. The N.T.M.H.N was established in 2018 and officially launched in 2019. Comprising 26 representatives from around the … Continued

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