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Communities Inc have been working with young black people to produce a simple job seeker’s guide that covers the key barriers to securing a job.
The Asylum Network has launched a new website, entitled the The Research Matchmaker, on a trial basis.
Nominations for the Black Youth Achievement 2014 Awards, a national celebration of black youth achievements in the UK, reflecting personal endeavours and their invaluable contribution to the community, are now open.
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