Partnership Building – A Getting London Ready Workshop

Register now Developing partnerships is not necessarily simple for small voluntary community organizations. There are numerous internal and external factors that could affect the success of the partnership if not dealt with at the early stages of development. Potential partners will need to undergo a process to examine options and apply due diligence to make [Read more]

BITC survey of race at work – now open

BITC’s survey of race at work with YouGov is now live at www.raceatwork.org.uk!  The survey is open for 7 weeks until Sunday 13 September 2015. Who can respond? BITC is keen to understand the issues around under-representation of ethnic minorities in the workplace and want ethnic minority and white employees aged 16-64+ and currently in employment [Read more]

Event: Apprenticeships for ethnic minorities – tackling the key challenges (8 Dec 2014)

From Black Training Enterprise Group: Apprenticeships for ethnic minorities: tackling the key challenges National Conference, 8 December 2014, London Conference Programme (PDF) Registration Link The number of apprenticeships has grown over the last decade and they are an increasingly important route into high quality jobs and careers. All the main political parties plan to further expand [Read more]

Event: Boosting Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (21 Oct 2014)

From BTEG: Boosting Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship 21 October 2014 Amnesty International, London Final chance to register at the September sale rate  Registrations priced from £49 +VAT* (standard fee £175 +VAT) Headline speakers: Shahid Azeem, Chair, Woking Asian Business Forum Jeremy Crook OBE, Chief Executive, BTEG Claire Dove OBE, Chief Excecutive, Blackburn House Group Johnny Lok, Chief Executive Officer, [Read more]

JRF blog: How do we increase BAME employment?

Helen Barnard, Programme Manager at Joseph Rowntree Foundation reflects on BTEG/CESI’s recent ‘How do we increase ethnic minority employment?’ conference: The discussion pointed to another point that came up again and again: if universal services are meant to address the greater poverty and employment disadvantages among many ethnic minority groups then we need really good monitoring to [Read more]