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Race Equality in Employment – some statistical notes

Nov 23, 2012 - Comments: 0

A short ‘Statistical Briefing’ paper has been produced in response to feedback received from some Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) organisations who have asked for statistics relevant to BME and the labour market. In addition, many have asked to have access to data relevant to the post 16 education and training arena; this is included. To download the document, see the link on the next page.

You can access the publication here

London Councils ESF Networking event report

Oct 09, 2012 - Comments: 0

The attached report contains contact details for organisations who expressed an interest in partnering for the London Councils ESF co-financing programme 2012-2014 (Priority 3: Tackling Poverty) (AKA the Grants Committee programme).

Organisations are listed according to the target group they work with. Organisations interested in leading a bid are listed first and highlighted in yellow.

The report also contains a précis of the project specification and details of where to find further information.

All information accurate to the best of our knowledge.

London Councils ESF Networking event report

Oct 09, 2012 - Comments: 0

The attached report contains contact details for organisations who expressed an interest in partnering for the London Councils ESF co-financing programme 2012-2014 (Priority 3: Tackling Poverty) (AKA the Grants Committee programme).

Organisations are listed according to the target group they work with. Organisations interested in leading a bid are listed first and highlighted in yellow.

The report also contains a précis of the project specification and details of where to find further information.

All information accurate to the best of our knowledge.

Manchester MOJ research report

Sep 17, 2012 - Comments: 0

This report presents the findings from BTEG’s initial research into CJS issues for BAME communities in Manchester and the BAME groups that are working on these issues. The research took place in May and June 2012. It involved a survey of BAME voluntary and community groups working in Manchester on CJS issues, and interviews with Greater Manchester Police and Manchester City Council representatives of the local Community Safety Partnership Board.

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Runnymede survey on impact of the public sector cuts

Aug 14, 2012 - Comments: 0

The Runnymede Trust is conducting a survey in conjunction with the TUC and a number of unions including UNISON, Unite, PCS, NASUWT and UCU.  The survey aims to map the equality impact of the cuts to public services by asking public sector workers to tell us about changes to their workforces between two points - 2010 and 2012.

All of those who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw for Amazon vouchers.

Please see the attached  flyer for more information

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Reach Recognition Awards Dinner

Aug 14, 2012 - Comments: 0

To honour our professional Black men and women

Sat 20 Oct

Honouring the cohort of professional Black men and women, firms and organisations, who gave time to encourage, motivate and inspire our young people in the Easter Careers Conference.

The keynote speaker will be Mr Trevor Williams, Chief Economist, Lloyds Banking Group.

To be a part of this extra-ordinary event see the attached flyer for more information.

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Government invests in Third Sector workforce development

Aug 07, 2012 - Comments: 0

Skills -Third Sector’s ongoing work to support the development of an ambitious, skilled and adaptable third sector workforce has received renewed government funding of £250,000 for 2012/2013 from the Office for Civil Society.

This will enable Skills – Third Sector, a charity, to continue to work with employers to raise ambition on skills in the third sector and to generate solutions to meet the workforce skills needs of employers. 

Inquiry into ethnic minority female unemployment

Aug 07, 2012 - Comments: 0

All Party Parliamentary Group on Race and Community call for evidence for inquiry into ethnic minority female unemployment

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Race and Community is calling for written evidence for its inquiry into ethnic minority female unemployment. The inquiry is specifically focusing on Black, Pakistani and Bangladeshi women. Runnymede acts as secretariat for the group.

Impact of unemployment on BAME communities: BTEG's online survey

Aug 07, 2012 - Comments: 0

BTEG has launched a short on-line short survey on the impact of unemployment on BAME communities. We kindly ask for your support in distributing the link to our on-line short survey on the impact of unemployment.

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