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1 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 Challenging the stereotype

2 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 2 Context and guidance about use (1) The following images provide an opportunity for discussion around how the stereotypical perception of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people is often very negative. The people and images over these next six pages give an insight into some of the many successful, hardworking, conscientious members of these communities. They range from international musicians to secondary school learning mentors, soldiers and professional athletes.

3 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 3 Context and guidance about use (2) By discussing with students: how stereotypes tend to be created, what role they serve, and how they need to be challenged, this resource will help in the process of challenging stereotypes.

4 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 4 Ideas for use Identify the people within the slides, through internet search engines, research in magazines and find out more about them. Develop a story based around a biography of one or more of the individuals. Produce a short newspaper or magazine article highlighting this positive image of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people. Role-play an interview with one or more of these individuals to understand more about them. Produce a poster or piece of artwork which presents Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people in a way that challenges the stereotype. Consider how other groups are often portrayed in a negative way by the media, for example, teenagers, football fans.

5 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 5 Forget Negative Stereotypes (1) Member of the European Parliament Charitable Work Fashion Model Photo of Lívia Járóka from the Situation of Roma Women in the European Union, a public hearing at the European Parliament, Brussels, Nov Used with kind permission. Photo from Travellers: Citizens of Ireland - Our Challenge to an Intercultural Irish Society in the 21st Century, Murphy. F and McDonagh. C (2000), Photographer: Daniel OConnell. © Parish of the Travelling People. Used with kind permission. Photo of James Penfold by Lindbergh, P. © Peter Lindbergh. Used with kind permission.

6 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 6 Forget Negative Stereotypes (2) Dancer ArtistsWar Hero Photograph of Flamenco Dancers by O-Barcelona. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photograph of artists, Damien and Delaine LeBas. © Tim Walker. Used with kind permission. Postcard photograph of John Cunningham V. C, held by the Hull Museums Collections. © Hull City Council. Used with kind permission.

7 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 7 Forget Negative Stereotypes (3) Learning Mentor StorytellerJournalist Photograph of Learning Mentor. © M. Wilson. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Storyteller, R. O Neill. © Mr and Mrs O Neill. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Journalist. © M. Wilson. Used with kind permission.

8 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 8 Forget Negative Stereotypes (4) BabyGrenadier GuardMusician Photograph of Traveller baby. © Wilson estate. Used with kind permission. Photo of Terry Mercer when he was a Grenadier Guard. © Derbyshire Gypsy Liaison group archives. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Uileann piper Johnny Doran, photographed in County Mayo in the 1940s. © The National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin. Used with kind permission.

9 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 9 Forget Negative Stereotypes (5) Film ProducerFootballer Silent Movie Star Photo of Tony Gatlif by Miyazma. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic Licence. Photo of Freddy Eastwood by Walter, A. Daily Mail. Image of Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan from The Kid (1921), is in the public domain.

10 © Crown copyright PPT-EN Forget Negative Stereotypes (6) Spotless Fine China Transport Photo of Airstream Interior by Podknox / Wapster. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photo of Teacup and saucer by Mickey Glitter. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photo of s8 by peteSwede. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence.

11 © Crown copyright PPT-EN Names 1.Lívia Járóka MEP, Irish Travellers collecting for children in Romanian orphanages, James Penfold 2.Spanish Flamenco dancer, Damien and Delaine LeBas, Jack Cunningham VC – Battle of the Somme Margaret Stokes – learning mentor, Richard ONeill – storyteller, Jake Bowers – freelance journalist 4.Irish Traveller baby 1958, Terry Mercer, Johnny Doran 5.Tony Gatlif, Freddy Eastwood, Charlie Chaplin 6.Contemporary caravan interior, Fine China ceramics, Contemporary transport

12 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 Acknowledgements Photo of Lívia Járóka from the Situation of Roma Women in the European Union, a public hearing at the European Parliament, Brussels, Nov Used with kind permission. Photo from Travellers: Citizens of Ireland - Our Challenge to an Intercultural Irish Society in the 21st Century, Murphy. F and McDonagh. C (2000), Photographer: Daniel OConnell. © Parish of the Travelling People. Used with kind permission. Photo of James Penfold by Lindbergh, P. © Peter Lindbergh. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Flamenco Dancers by O-Barcelona. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photograph of artists, Damien and Delaine LeBas. © Tim Walker. Used with kind permission. Postcard photograph of John Cunningham V. C, held by the Hull Museums Collections. © Hull City Council. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Learning Mentor. © M. Wilson. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Storyteller, R. O Neill. © Mr and Mrs O Neill. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Journalist. © M. Wilson. Used with kind permission. 12

13 © Crown copyright PPT-EN-01 Acknowledgements Photograph of Traveller baby. © Wilson estate. Used with kind permission. Photo of Terry Mercer when he was a Grenadier Guard. © Derbyshire Gypsy Liaison group archives. Used with kind permission. Photograph of Uileann piper Johnny Doran, photographed in County Mayo in the 1940s. © The National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin. Used with kind permission. Photo of Tony Gatlif by Miyazma. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic Licence. Photo of Freddy Eastwood by Walter, A. Daily Mail. Image of Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan from The Kid (1921), is in the public domain. Photo of Airstream Interior by Podknox / Wapster. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photo of Teacup and saucer by Mickey Glitter. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. Photo of s8 by peteSwede. Used with kind permission under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic Licence. 13

14 © Crown copyright 2010 Crown copyright The content of this publication may be reproduced for non-commercial research, education or training purposes provided that the material is acknowledged as Crown copyright, the publication title is specified, it is reproduced accurately and not used in a misleading context. For any other use of this material please apply to OPSI for a Click-Use, PSI Licence, or by writing to: Office of Public Sector Information Information Policy Team National Archives Kew Richmond Surrey TW9 4DU Web: The permission to reproduce Crown copyright protected material does not extend to any material in this publication which is identified as being the copyright of a third party, or to Royal Arms and other departmental or agency logos, nor does it include the right to copy any photographic or moving images of children or adults in a way that removes the image or footage from its original context PPT-EN-01 14


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