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Work place discrimination highest in London

For International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2022, we want to share our own Anti-Racism principles here at Drive Forward.

These principles apply towards staff and care-experienced young people alike. Care-experienced young people have enough to deal with without adding racism to the list.

Read on to find out what our care-experienced young people want employers to know about racial discrimination in the work place.

Strong Partnerships: Superdrug & Drive Forward

In January 2020, Superdrug became an official partner of Drive Forward, and provided placement opportunities in key roles across head office and pharmacy.

2019 saw the start of this rewarding partnership. We kicked off by attending a couple of ‘Interview Prep & Pizza’ events with members of Superdrug’s Access All Areas social mobility network, which was a fantastic introduction to the initiative.

Change happens – Life goes on

The pandemic has hit the young people we’re working with extremely hard. Many of them have lost their jobs right at the beginning of the crisis in February-March, especially the younger ones 19, 20 years old. A lot of our young people are given a council flat or studio at a young age, which means that they’ve a lot of financial responsibilities. Several of them have additional caring duties looking after young children, siblings or sick family members.

Making the most of the Care Leaver Internship Scheme with Drive Forward

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43BdQ2ezXpE In an effort to implement the cross-government Keep On Caring strategy, several departments have created work and learning opportunities for care-experienced young people. From the Department of Education, to the Ministry of Defence, to the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, all of them share the government’s ambition to become the most inclusive …

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