Supports volunteer visitors to immigrant detainees by providing community, training, and information.
Provides practical support, information and signposting for people who are resettling in the UK.
Social enterprise that helps refugees to find work and employers to find new emploees
Providing Free Legal Advice and Representation for Disabled People and their Carers. It offers Online Material as well as giving Advice by Phone and in Writing.
Offering advice, information, resources & links to support in NI surrounding the rights of LGBT+ people in a time of change, adversity and change.
Promotes the rights of migrant children, offers advice for issues concerning migrant children and conducts research.
Liberty gives advice to members of the public on human rights issues. Advice line open most afternoons and until 8:30pm Monday and Thursday.
Offer advice and support for consumer rights within UK and abroad.
Protecting the rights of members that work as public officers and those in the civil service. NIPSA also support LGBT+ people in the public workforce. Helpline Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Updates, commentary, training and advice on immigration and asylum law
Free and confidential national helpline for families of offenders. Helpline Mon-Fri 9am-8pm Sat-Sun10am-3pm
Financial, practical and mental health support is available e.g. non-repayable grants to pay for special equipment or support workers to help getting to and from work or interviews.
Our counselling service is a not-for-profit, low-cost counselling service designed for the Chinese communities. We provide English, Cantonese and Mandarin speaking counsellors.
An all-party law reform and human rights organisation working to strengthen the justice system – administrative, civil and criminal. Signposting service for legal advice throughout UK
We offer our vulnerable migrants the advice and support they need to feel safe and lead successful lives in the UK. Support also provided to victims or suspected slavery and human trafficking.
Working directly with thousands of refugees each year, refugee council supports refugees from the moment they arrive in the UK.
If you are in the UK without status and need legal advice, our helpline is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10am and 1pm. Range of free online resources and toolkits available too.
Remploy is a leading provider of specialist employment and skills support for disabled people and those with health conditions.
Variety of online advice and information for disabled people, including a free helpline for disabled students in England.
Maternity Action provides information, advice and training on maternity rights in employment, benefits and access to NHS healthcare. Check website for helpline and opening hours.
Our aim is to fund qualified caseworkers across the UK to help EEA citizens and their families get to grips with the current immigration law and it what it means for them. We also have a volunteer network of dedicated immigration advisers and lawyers who support our work.
Updates, commentary, training and advice on immigration and asylum law. Specifically, including articles and 'do it yourself' guides and ebooks.
Fullfact.org provide facts that people can check, this is widely used by professionals and may provide answers to Brexit questions.
Access to Free Legal Advice. Find a nearby Legal Clinic through their service. They can help connect you to the correct type of Legal Aid.
Road Haulage Association advise on transportation & many other topics regarding goods services.
Provides information and resources to help immigrants and asylum seekers establish their right to remain including the Right To Remain Toolkit.
We provide expert advice, housing and peer support so that migrants at risk are able to overcome the barriers they face and their essential human needs are met.
Podcast discussing topics unique to the struggles of eldest immigrant daughters in the UK.
The Helpline advises and assists individuals on issues relating to equality and human rights. They also accept referrals from organisations.
Understand your data protection and privacy rights. Complain about scam and nuisance calls or other personal information matters. Live chat and helpline 9am - 5pm Monday-Friday
An independent advice network, offering free, independent, advice on issues such as benefits, debt, housing, employment, disability, community care and consumer issues
Promoting and upholding equality and human rights ideals and laws across England, Scotland and Wales. Textphone: 0808 800 0084
An independent charity providing legal advice and representation to migrants detained in removal centres and prisons to help them secure their release. Advice line open Monday - Thursday 10-12am
Rights of Women is a UK charity that provides free telephone advice on family, criminal and sexual harassment. The site also has many useful resources on many different areas.
Campaigning for all to retain their existing rights after Brexit.
Network of local communities and events providing welcoming places of safety for all and offering sanctuary to people fleeing violence and persecution.
Help you get the compensation you deserve from road, bike and pedestrian accidents
We can all face problems that seem complicated. Our network offers free, independent, confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person. We cover money, legal, consumer and other problems.
If you are a refugee, asylum seeker or vulnerable migrant, the British Red Cross may be able to help you.
Amnesty investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.
We provide information, advice, training, conciliation and other services for employers and employees to help prevent or resolve workplace problems.
Provides emotional and practical support for people held in Colnbrook, Harmondsworth and Morton Hall detention centres, as well as people who are held under immigration powers in London prisons.
Representing full-time and part-time staff who provide public services, although they may be employed in both the public and private sectors - including minority groups.
The TUC exists to make the working world a better place for everyone.
Helping to make sense of the law. Human rights guides for older people, carers and people with mental health problems. Factsheets on human rights.
Provide Access to Employment and Education grants via referral, run social integration projects in Glasgow and can offer work experience.
Counter-trafficking, welfare, therapy, legal protection and integration services for survivors of human rights abuses. Self-referral or referral from third parties available through the website.
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