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BREXIT and young BME people

Aug 02, 2016

Migration control and economic security were probably the two main issues for voters in the recent referendum. I haven’t found any analysis of how BME people voted in the referendum but polling before it suggested that nearly two thirds them would vote to remain. 

Ethnic disproportionality in London’s Youth Justice System

Jul 25, 2016

On 15 July London Councils and BTEG hosted a half-day conference on ethnic disproportionality in London’s Youth Justice System. The event was attended by over 60 attendees from local government, the voluntary sector, Mayors Office for Policing and Crime, members of the Young Review Independent Advisory Group and other key partners, such as London Community Rehabilitation Company.

There was a variety of presentations on the national policy context including:

7 things I’ve learned about start-ups in London

Feb 17, 2016
 As Programme Director for Opening Doors Network (ODN), here are seven things I've learned about start-ups in London:
 
1. Women want to start their own business as much as, if not more than men. 

Inequalities in the labour market:

Mar 12, 2015 - Comments: 0

BTEG is disappointed but not surprised to read recent headlines about the rise in long term unemployment among ethnic minority young people. Unemployment rates have been higher for ethnic minority people in the UK, of all ages, and particularly for people from black, Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnic groups, for as long as these figures have been published.

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