The Bangladeshi Youth Forum in Lozells was awarded a silver grant of PS500 towards its environmental conference in November, and aims to raise awareness about the importance of recycling among elderly people.
What does BYF stand for?
BYF stands for Bangladeshi Youth Forum (UK)
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We have 11 other meanings of BYF in our Acronym Attic
- Budapest Youth Enterprise Centre (Budapest, Hungary)
- Bayer Young Environmental Envoy
- Basin-Yayin Ve Enformasyon Genel Mudurlugu (Turkey)
- Best You Ever Had
- Bikram Yoga East Harlem (New York, NY)
- Burghley Young Event Horse (competition)
- Bangla Youth Empowerment Initiatives (international awareness group)
- Bangladesh Youth Environmental Initiative (est. 2009)
- Busoga Youth Environment Protection Association (Uganda)
- Backyard Football
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The Bangladeshi Youth Forum was set up in Lozells by a similarly concerned group of young Bangladeshi people, and a group run by Afro-Caribbean youngsters, called Evolve, based in Handsworth, began.
It will become home to several voluntary sector groups such as the Bangladeshi Youth Forum, St George's Community Hub and Young Disciples.
The Employment Connections contract, which runs until 2011, has been awarded to Pertemps People Development Group (PPDG), working in partnership with the Bangladeshi Youth Forum, and is managed by Birmingham City Council's planning and regeneration team.
Club for the young The Bangladeshi Youth Forum in Birmingham has received a pounds 10,000 cash boost to help finance its initiative to provide a junior club for nine to 13-year-olds.
The Employment Connections 2009-11 contract has been awarded to Pertemps People Development Group, working in partnership with the Bangladeshi Youth Forum.
Mrs Virk enrolled on a project funded by The Neighbourhood Learning for Deprived Communities Fund with Smethwick Bangladeshi Youth Forum, where she was given training and assistance.
The Bangladeshi Youth Forum is organising the event on Wednesday at Iqbal Hall, Woodburn Road.