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Croydon events & news 14 July

Events Diary Bernard Winchester’s events diary can be read here: Diary July 2018 Tuesday 17 July (midday). Closing date for Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid  Outreach Services Manager Salary: £29,000 – £30,900. Hours:  35 hours per week. How to Apply: Please … Continue reading

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Assembly publishes its manifesto for Croydon Council

A People’s Manifesto for Croydon Council Policies that will benefit local people submitted by Croydon Assembly for endorsement by candidates and parties Croydon Assembly has just published its manifesto for what it would like to political parties to promise  do … Continue reading

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Croydon Council Tax to go up n.5% to protect services

Croydon Council’s leadership is proposing a 4.99% increase in Council tax for the year from 1 April at the Cabinet meeting on 20 February. 99% increase in the Council Tax for Croydon Services 3% increase in the Adult Social Care … Continue reading

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Croydon Council Considers Air Quality Action

It is estimated that 155 deaths occur each year in Croydon due to illnesses caused by long-term exposure to air pollution. A close link has been shown between areas of high deprivation and pollution. ‘Those living in more deprived areas … Continue reading

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Croydon Diary and General News at 31 October

Friday 4 November. Midnight. Closing date for applications for manager for Crystal Palace Overground Festival 2017. Salary £30k pro rata for a 3 day a week role (21 hours) ( November – July 2017. For details visit http://www.crystalpalacefestival.org Friday 4 … Continue reading

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Betraying a generation. How education is failing young people

Education has betrayed its promises to deliver upward social mobility and a brighter future. Young people study harder but learn less, running up a down-escalator of devalued qualifications to become overqualified but underemployed, unable to move forward with their lives. … Continue reading

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Black History Events to 3 November

Saturday 17 September. 1-4pm. Living Histories: Conversations About Radical African British Histories ‘Whilst we look to the US in marking the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party, this session focuses attention on the UK. Through videos and first hand … Continue reading

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Stop the Incinerator, Climate Change and Air Pollution News at 3 December

Stop the Incinerator News London Transport RMT union is backing the Stop the Incinerator legal fund. At its November meeting, branches in attendance overwhelmingly agreed to contribute £250 towards Shasha Khan’s legal costs. http://www.rmtlondoncalling.org.uk/content/london-transport-region-backs-stop-incinerator-legal-fund Questions continue to be raised about … Continue reading

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Black British History Workshop III – 29 October

Black British History Workshop III Thursday 29 October 2015, 11am-6pm Senate House, London The aim of the Workshop  series is to foster a creative dialogue between researchers, educationalists (mainstream and supplementary), archivists and curators, and policy makers. It seeks to … Continue reading

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