In line with Government advice, GATE Herts have taken steps to isolate as much as possible, to keep our staff team safe and to play our part in trying to slow the spread of COVID19. 

For obvious reasons Face to Face meetings are not possible at the moment . Our Team will be working from home until further notice, however if you have any questions we can be reached by phone or Email as usual. 

We have stopped all external meetings until further notice, however  we will continue to work remotely where we can. 

Our work directly with our Clients  will be carried out over the Phone, Zoom, Skype, and Watts App. 

GATE HERTFORDSHIRE

Gypsy and Traveller Empowerment

Community Lead Organisation For Gypsy, Roma and Traveller

"Nothing About Us, Without Us"

GATE HERTFORDSHIRE

Our mission is to build a sustainable organisation that provides leadership both locally and nationally in addressing the disadvantage and discrimination that GRT communities experience. GATE Herts will support and empower GRT communities to bring about this change.

01920 444 327

kc@gateherts.org.uk

WE AIM TO IMPROVE

  • LEARNING
  • WELL-BEING
  • LIFESTYLE
  • WORK
  • DISCRIMINATION
  • RACISM

EDUCATION

Training for Adults and Young People in education providing new opportunities

HEALTH

Supporting the health and well-being of the GRT community

ACCOMMODATION

Working with residents on local authority sites to try to obtain the services and rights they are entitled to

EMPLOYMENT

Helping find employment for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller individuals.

WHAT WE DO

GATE is a Community led organisation, we seek to educate both Travelling communities and the wider Population to live side by side in a diverse Society.

  • Integration with the local community
  • Understanding between GRT and local community
  • Develop skills of GRT individuals

Our aim is to improve quality of life for our communities

Working towards the elimination of discrimination

We work in partnership to address the issues which affect our accommodation, health, education, employment and our circumstances within UK society.

We develop the capacity and skills of GRT individuals in such a way that they are better able to identify and help meet their needs and to participate more fully in society.