My story: growing up as a Romany Gypsy in Wales


The Equality and Human Rights Commission is publishing research into what it is like to live in Wales through the eyes of transgender people, gypsy travellers, people with a mental health condition and asylum seekers and refugees.

Researchers interviewed 65 people about their experiences and views.

Isaac Blake, a Romany Gypsy from Cardiff, put together a video story of his life as part of the event.

Video supplied by Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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