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25th Anniversary Events Presentations

The Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG), a national charity based in London, is celebrating twenty five years of working across the public, private and voluntary sectors to champion national and local action to reduce racial inequalities for ethnic minority young people.

To mark this milestone, BTEG organised a series of Inspire and Challenge lectures where speakers deliver new, future facing perspectives on business, criminal justice and education. The lectures were aimed at national and local policy makers, community groups, employers, educationalists, skills and employment practitioners, parents and young people.Lectures have taken place in Bristol, Manchester and London.  

Below are some PowerPoint presentation used by the speakers at the events. Download them to view:

Bristol, Armada House, 11th November 2016
Criminal Justice System & Young People
How do we breakdown the racial bias within the criminal justice system?
 
 
SOAS, 7 December 2016 

Does education equip ethnic minorities to succeed in the workforce?

 
 
House of Lords, 17 January 2017
 
 

 

 

 

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