My name is Stephen Matenga from Zimbabwe. I hold a commonwealth diploma in
Youth Work and a Bachelor's Degree in International Business Administration
with a specialisation in Entrepreneurship and SME management. I wish to
further my studies with a masters degree in youth work so that I may be able
to further to PhD. We have no such degree in Zimbabwe and I may the first to
have a masters in youth work. I was wondering if members know of any full
scholarship to study for the masters even online.
From: Youth Study Mailing List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
Of Helene Snee
Sent: Monday, 15 May 2017 16:46
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Subject: FW: Conference on young people, road and fire safety
Please find attached and below details of a conference on young people, road
traffic accidents and domestic fires in the West Midlands.
The conference is called 'Don't Crash and Burn', and takes place at
Birmingham City University on Friday June 2, from 10.00-3.00.
It is run by The Future Melting Pot - a 3rd sector organisation, with the
support of West Midlands Fire Service.
The conference might appeal to people who work on: youth issues, safety,
community interventions, local government and partnerships.
The link is: https://savingyounglives.eventbrite.co.uk
Professor of Critical Race Studies
Head of Criminology & Sociology
Birmingham City University
C306, Curzon Building
Birmingham B4 7BD
Tel. 0121 3004077
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