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Opportunities for female BME students aged 18-25

Doing Politics, Changing Society



Want to change the world beyond your doorstep? Want society to work for us all regardless of gender, race, religion, sexuality, disability, age?

The Doing Politics, Changing Society programme is recruiting young women from Black, Asian and Ethnic Minority communities in the West Midlands, aged between 18 and 25, who are interested in gaining active citizen and leadership skills

Join us on this exciting no-cost programme of monthly workshops - lunch, refreshments and West Midlands day travel pass included.

Where: Birmingham City Centre
When: June 2018 to March 2019

Who can I contact to find out more?
Dr Khursheed Wadia
Centre for Lifelong Learning
khursheed.wadia@warwick.ac.uk
07802 770269

 

 

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