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New research highlights low levels of ethnic diversity in the historic environment s
#21
Unitof1 Wrote:Does anybody know how much eh paid CBA and the CAA for this report?

No, but if you can trace the advertisement for the tender it probably had a fixed value (most of EH's do, and it's usually pretty low relative to what they are looking for).
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#22
[SIZE=4][SIZE=4]The brief mentions a project number[/SIZE][/SIZE][SIZE=4]Diversifying participation in the historic environment workforce
Project Number: 5680
Project brief for invitations to tender

but I havent got any further than that
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Reason: your past is my past
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#23
Unitof1 Wrote:er no
thank god for that
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#24
http://shape.english-heritage.org.uk/Pro...1&mypage=0

This shows that ?21538 was spent up to 2010 from 2008. Not sure if any has been spent since then

and this seems to have been what was paid to UCL. There is no mention of CBA or the eh commitee members
Reason: your past is my past
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#25
metal detectorists

just spotted whos missing from this survey



is it cause i live in nigeria
Reason: your past is my past
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#26
Humm Metal Detectorists as an Ethnic Minority:face-huh: Might make us take them more seriously and be more "inclusive"Big Grin
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#27
come on, if you are a muslim and a metal detectorist english heritage wants you to know that they gave birth to your milk man
Reason: your past is my past
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#28
Unitof1 Wrote:http://shape.english-heritage.org.uk/Pro...1&mypage=0

This shows that ?21538 was spent up to 2010 from 2008. Not sure if any has been spent since then

and this seems to have been what was paid to UCL. There is no mention of CBA or the eh commitee members

I don't know about the amount of money spent, but I presume the reason there's no mention of the CBA is because organisation and funding of the project was nothing to do with them.
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#29
Do Irish people count as BME's? - or did we get promoted to management when when McGuinness shook hands with Lizzie?
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