04 Mar 2017
March 4, 2017

Legal London Tours

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The Honourable Mr Justice Cobb

It is essential for the promotion of diversity within the legal professions and the judiciary that young people from all backgrounds are encouraged to gain knowledge and understanding of what is involved in a career in the law read more →

08 Jul 2013
July 8, 2013

Can You ROK their World?

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We are coming up to the end of a very successful Mentoring programme with the year 10 boys of St Edwards school in Havering.  Our final session will be on July 18th when we will take them on an industry day outing and give them their certificates. As part of completing the programme the all the students will be.. read more →

Face-to-face information is needed as part of a major upgrade in careers advice for young people in England, says the National Careers Council. The council, which advises the government, says that fewer than 1% of teenagers have used a phone line set up to offer them careers advice. There are worries that pupils lack an.. read more →

14 Feb 2013
February 14, 2013

ROK Christmas Brunch

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ROK Christmas [email protected] 2012 The crew met up for a great Christmas Brunch last Sunday, a good time was had by all. The pancakes with maple syrup, sausage and bacon was to die for!!! As was the PS Martinis!!:) ROK Team, thanks for another great year. Lets continue to ROK It in 2013! Thanks to.. read more →

Britain has a similar, annual roundup – the Power List 2013: Britain’s Most Influential Black People. This list is topped by architect David Adjaye, with successful Black British people from all walks of life completing it. Londoner Idris Elba, star of HBO’s The Wire and BBC’s Luther, Olympic gold medalist Mo Farah and celebrity business.. read more →

Young people who have been neglected and abused, live in neighborhoods and communities where every day their hopes get crushed by circumstance, and look at the world as an unfriendly and even hostile or violent adversary generally resign themselves to a lifetime of poverty, escapism by drugs and alcohol, unemployment and underemployment, gang participation and.. read more →