Ethnic minorities their experience on YOP by Malcolm Cross

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Published by Manpower Services Commission, Training Division in Sheffield .

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StatementMalcom Cross, Juliet Edmonds, Richard Sargeant.
SeriesSpecial programmes occasional paper / Manpower Services Commission -- no.5, Special programmes occasional paper (Great Britain. Manpower ServicesCommission. Training Division) -- no.5.
ContributionsEdmonds, Juliet., Sargeant, Richard., Great Britain. Manpower Services Commission.
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Open LibraryOL20950931M
ISBN 100905932897

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