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BTEG holds first of five consultation events on establishing it's BAME network

Over 25 people attended our first consultation event yesterday at the offices of Foundation 4 Life in Croydon. The feedback from the events will help to inform the development

BTEG holds first of five consultation events on establishing it's BAME network

Over 25 people attended our first consultation event yesterday at the offices of Foundation 4 Life in Croydon. The feedback from the events will help to inform the development of the network over the next two years. Of course the current environment for all voluntary sector organisations is difficult but there was sense of optimism that the challenges facing BAME communities in the area of the justice system could be addressed with greater engagement within communities and government showing greater commitment to address these problems.

A final report from the consultations will be available in December.

Mark Blake

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