top of page

From a Romani Gypsy family, John Henry dedicates much of his time to tackling the issues facing Gypsy and Traveller communities, while celebrating their unique histories and cultures.


John Henry is the founder and director of Romani Community Archaeology, a non-profit providing vocational training to Romani communities through the archaeological investigation of historic Romani sites. He has provided heritage and inclusion consultancy on Gypsy and Traveller topics for many universities, heritage organisations, and councils. 

He holds a Master's degree in Human Rights with a thesis looking at the history of anti-Romani legislation in the United Kingdom through the lens of cultural genocide.


John Henry works regularly in Parliament and in policy roles at organisations, pushing for equal treatment for Gypsies and Travellers.


Screenshot 2020-11-24 at 15.14.40.png
bottom of page