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Manchester focus group on employment - £50 voucher

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Alex
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edited November 2017 in Research and opportunities
Great opportunity to help Scope develop support around employment:

Location: Manchester, M4 4AF

Time: Friday 17th November 2017, 14:00-17:00

Fee: £50 voucher
Do you have an experience to share regarding employment? Are you willing to discuss this with us and amongst a group and engage with their experiences? We are looking for disabled people of all ages and varying experiences, whether you’re unemployed, employed (part-time or full-time), self-employed, graduate or apprentice.

We will be recording this meeting, using video and audio technology and you will need to provide consent for Scope to use the information for internal purposes.

If you are interested please email content.research@scope.org.uk on or before Monday 13th November.

We look forward to hearing from you.


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