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A review of successful site provision for Scotland’s Gypsies/Travellers

The aim of the project was to identify the factors which contribute to the establishment and maintenance of good community relations at Gypsy/Traveller sites. There were two specific objectives:

  1. To provide an analysis of how to anticipate and mitigate problems in any proposed site provision.
  2. To provide a summary of good practice from which others can learn.

In January 2014, the Equality and Human Rights Commission commissioned SHUSU to carry out the study grounded in the experience of a variety of key informants working and living in a number of case study areas.

The project completed in March 2014.

Principal Investigators and Co-investigators: Professor Philip Brown.

Funder: Equality and Human Rights Commission.