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Access to the Labour Market

This paper examines some statistical comparisons of African and Caribbean experiences in relation to employment, unemployment and access to university.

As well as concerns about education attainment and employment market trends, it also looks at statistics relating to the continued concern about the number of BME people in the criminal justice system.

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