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London Work Resource Support Guide: How to encourage career progression in your organisation
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Addressing employment disparities for young black men in London
The unemployment rate for young black men is more than double the rate for young white men. Trust for London, City Bridge Trust and the Black Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG) have been working together on the Moving on Up initiative, a programme to improve employment outcomes for young black men in London.
London's Poverty Profile
London’s Poverty Profile provides evidence on and insight into poverty and inequality in London. It shines a light on these issues to prompt action from local and national government, the third sector, faith groups, practitioners, experts, businesses, the public and indeed anyone who cares about making London a fairer city to live in.
London Housing Panel
The London Housing Panel was set up through a partnership between the Mayor of London and Trust for London to provide the voluntary and community sector with a structured way of engaging with the Greater London Authority (GLA) in relation to housing policy, and vice versa.
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We've collated some resources from our grantees, the wider sector, and other related sources to support organisations working through the COVID-19 crisis.