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Lord Simon Woolley is a political and equalities activist. He is the Founder and Director of Operation Black Vote, the Chair of the Advisory Group to the Race Disparity Audit and is a former Commissioner for the Equality and Human Rights Commission. Simon was knighted in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to race equality. He was made a life peer in October 2019.
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The Spending Review is a missed opportunity to support young people into jobs and invest for the future.
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Director of Impact and Evidence, Chris Goulden, reports back from the ERSA Kickstart Forum
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