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17/08/18 News

MAMA Youth wins Princess Royal Training Award!

We are thrilled to announce that MAMA Youth Project has won the 2018 Princess Royal Training Award. The successful organisations range from multi-nationals and SMEs, through to charities, the public sector and small employers. What each organisation has in common is its commitment to investing in its people. We would like to say a big thank you to HRH The Princess Royal & City & Guilds Group for this award. MAMA Youths’ CEO, Bob Clarke says a few words on our success in winning this years’ Princess Royal Training Awards with a short video below.

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20/06/17 News

MAMA Youth Trainees Graduate at the BBC

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25/01/17 News

Forscene Brings New Technology to MAMA Youth

Forscene shares new technology and a behind the scenes look of MAMA Youth Project!

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25/01/17 News

MAMA Youth Project and the Cultural Diversity Network

The CDNs members are made up from all the major broadcast companies including: BSkyB, BBC, Channel 4, ITV, Virgin Media, MTV, ITN and Pact. Collectively these broadcasters are taking steps to improve diversity within the media industry. MAMA Youth Project strongly supports all of CDNs aims, in particular their Diversity Pledge.

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19/01/17 News

Diversity in TV industry

Ofcom chief, Sharon White, openly shares her opinions on the lack of diversity seen in the TV industry with The Guardian.

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