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How will the enhancement of police powers impact on the black community? -

Shadae Cazzeau, EQUAL's Head of Policy, has talked on two BBC radio programmes -on Radio Derby and Radio WM - about the effect of the enhanced police powers (due to the Coronavirus) might have on black communities.

You can listen to the interviews here:

Out of Time

Nacro believes that everyone deserves the best chance at a second chance. But people released from prison on a Friday face a race against the clock to get vital support in place before the weekend. This leaves too many homeless, without vital health support or enough money for the basics. Learn more about their campaign to stop Friday releases and watch the video below.

 

Address the injustice of racial inequalities in school exclusions

The recent Timpson review into expulsion rates glosses over disparities between ethnic groups, say six leaders of race equality organisations, including BTEG's Deputy Chief Executive Tebussum Rashid, in a letter pulbished in the Guardian

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.

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

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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.

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