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TimeToTalk About Racial Injustice – Stop & Search in Manchester

Dec 23, 2019
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In Manchester, 0% of stop and searches under section 60 Criminal Justice & Public Order Act lead to an arrest in April 2018-March 2019. While stop and search affects mainly young people in poorer communities across Manchester, there is evidence that it is also more likely to affect Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic (BAME) people. For example,

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.

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