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EYST launch their Think Project Report at the House of Commons 

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Ethnic Youth Support Team held a successful launch of their Think Project Report at the House of Commons on Tuesday 18th March 2014. Written by Professor Ted Cantle and Professor Paul Thomas, the report highlights the potential of the Think Project to be taken further to challenge the growing problem of Far Right Extremism.

The Think Project is an innovative project challenging racism and far right extremism in vulnerable young people which has been funded by the Big Lottery Innovation Fund. It follows a successful pilot project funded by the Welsh Government Community Cohesion Fund.

The event on Tuesday was sponsored by Lyn Brown MP, the Shadow Communities Secretary, and was attended by over 50 delegates, including Owen Smith, the Shadow Secretary of State for Wales, and Geraint Davies MP for Swansea West.

Click the image below for a copy of the report.

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