Does education equip ethnic minorities to succeed in the workforce?
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Does education equip ethnic minorities to succeed in the workforce?

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SOAS, University of London

10 Thornhaugh Street

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BTEG 25th Anniversary 1991-2016

The Inspire and Challenge Series

The Black Training and Enterprise Group is a national charity that works to remove the barriers that often prevent many young black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people from reaching their full potential in education and employment. This year BTEG will be celebrating twenty five years of working across the public, private and voluntary sectors to champion national and local action to reduce racial inequalities.

To mark this important milestone BTEG has organised a series of Inspire and Challenge lectures with speakers delivering new and future facing perspectives on education, business and criminal justice. The target audience for the lectures are policy makers, employers, education, skills and employment practitioners and young people.

This lecture, in London, is on:

Ethnic minority young people spend longer in education but their employment rewards are lower compared to young white young people.

How do schools, colleges and universities equip ethnic minorities to succeed in the local and global workforce?

It will have the following guest speakers:

Dr Sham Qayyum – SOAS University of London,

Femi Bola MBE - Director of Employability, University of East London

Jeremy Crook OBE - CEO of BTEG.

The event is supported by:

SOAS University of London

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