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A national conference
Tuesday 23 May 2013, Amnesty International Centre, London.
The Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) voluntary sector has a long track record of supporting young people in areas such as personal development, education, leisure, information, advice and guidance.
The Equality and Diversity Forum sent an open letter to all Members of the House of Commons concerning the general duty of the Equality and Human Rights Commission and caste discrimination. Read the letter here.
On 11th June 2012, the government announced significant changes to the family migration rules in the UK. The key changes, which largely came into force on 9 July 2012, include a new income requirement of £18,600 for people wishing to sponsor a partner to come to the UK, an extended period (from two to five years) before spouses and partners can apply for settlement in the UK, and a review of the application of Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights to immigration cases.
Film, featuring Professor Kamaldeep Bhui, Lord Victor Adebowale and
Micol Ascoli, among others, on the value of cultural consultation in
mental health, the current political challenges. .