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Young? Black? Male? and/or Muslim?

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A meeting to discuss the police detention for 56 days of a 15-year-old youth who was held incommunicado.
* Saturday 6 October 2007, 11.30 am

* Richmond Park School, Cochrane Avenue, Longsight, Manchester M12 4FA

Invited participants include:

* Representatives of the family involved in this case

* People from the African, Caribbean and Muslim Communities

* The Irish in Britain Representation Group

* Human rights activists and lawyers

* Political representatives

* Service delivery representatives (e.g. police, social services, youth and community sector)

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FOOTNOTE

Organised by Refugees and Asylum Seekers Participatory Action Research (RAPAR).

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