New website for Gypsy youth in Wales
The website was designed by Save the Children in Wales and gives young travellers a channel through which they can voice their opinions and exhibit projects they have worked on. It is part of the organisation’s Travelling Ahead Project.
The site says it was "created to give your friends and other young people and workers across Wales a chance to see what projects you've taken part in and what you've been up to.
"Now's your chance to give your opinion and have a say on things that matter to you, or that you would like to see changed".
The site will be officially launched later at Senedd in Cardiff Bay by Social Justice Minister Carl Sargeant.
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