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Moving on Up Advisory Group chair and Routes2Success role model, Bola Abisogun recognised for outstanding contribution.

                                    

Bola Abisogun FRICS, CEO of Urbanis, has been made Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his services to diversity and Young People in construction.

BTEG Appoints Dale Simon CBE To Support Young Review Phase II

Feb 03, 2016 - Comments: 0

Dale SimonBTEG is delighted to announce the appointment of Dale Simon CBE as their new Advocate Consultant.

Increasing Ethnic Minority Participation In Apprenticeships - BTEG Conference Report

In partnership with the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion (Inclusion), the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) hosted a one day conference in December 2014 to look at ways of increasing ethnic minority participation in Apprenticeships.

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"Worryingly high” dropout rates for black students in higher education

Mar 16, 2014 - Comments: 0

Race equality in higher education remains a challenge with “worryingly high” dropout rates for black students

The Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) believes that the dropout rate for UK-domiciled black students from UK universities is worryingly high.

Stop and Search Consultations

Oct 16, 2013 - Comments: 0

BTEG has been leading a series of community consultation events on behalf of the Race Equality Coalition (a group of more than 30 civil society organisations working in the area of race equality) in response to the Home Secretaries consultation on police stop and search powers.

The links below are to the over-arching project report and ten individual event reports that were produced as part of the process. We are looking forward to the Home Office’s response to the consultation.

No work, no status

Jul 19, 2013 - Comments: 0

No work no status: the impact of the economic downturn on London’s BAME communities is the latest research report from BTEG. The title summarises the feeling of not belonging of those unemployed who participated in the 18 months research.

Highlights of the report indicate:

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