Café society serves up jobs

Mickel, Andrew
September 2010
Community Care;9/2/2010, Issue 1833, p26
The article offers information on Camden Society which has been running cafés in London. It reports that the association has opened cafés which are self-financing social enterprises. It also states that it provides payment on the employment for people with learning disabilities. It also provides an overview on the Unity Café in London.


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