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BTEG Publications

Below are a selection of publications from BTEG. Click on the title to download a copy.    

Dealing with Racism and Bullying: Tips for Parents and Guardians make sure you are prepared when you meet the Head Teacher

Campaign for a fairer Britain - A Manifesto For Ending Racial Inequality In Britain BTEG urges all political parties to make Britain fairer and wants the next Government to implement 17 practical actions covering education, the labour market, enterprise and criminal justice.

Action PlanTo Increase Employment Rates For Young Black Men In London a report reveals the views of 200 young black men about their experiences of finding work in the capital. The research was commissioned by Trust for London which is launching a new grants programme aimed at helping young black men into work.

The Young Review the reports of a review by Baroness Young of Hornsey looking into improving outcomes for young black and/or Muslim men in the Criminal Justice System 

BTEG Roundtable Report: Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee Women Offenders A report of a roundtable It explored the detrimental outcomes for women from ethnic minorities associated with the justice system as well as key barriers to access services to help move out of the system.
 

How to Improve Outcomes for BAME Offenders: a Guide for Commissioners and Providers This guide is intended for commissioners and providers within the Criminal Justice System. The guide presents key actions that commissioners and providers should take to help achieve the overall goal of reducing offending and reoffending among this key population. 

Starting up a local project This guide is for young people, probably aged from 11-18, who are working in a group to set up a local project. It shows six steps to starting up a local project, from having an idea to launching the project.

BTEG’s 25th anniversary brochure to mark this important milestone for the organisation. We want to take this opportunity to share our highlights, achievements and future challenges, and to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who has worked with us to help improve outcomes for BAME communities in England.

 

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