Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality

Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality

Grant: £32,000
April 6, 2017

The aim is to develop a Centre that provides legal services in housing, asylum and public law and advice and assistance in areas of discrimination and employment law. The Centre will continue to work closely with both local solicitors and law students to host pro bono services that add value to what the Centre does and that helps develop the next generation of social welfare and asylum lawyers.

The aim is to tender for a contract to deliver Legal Aid services and then to provide those services in a way that reaches out across a geographically dispersed and diverse set of communities (through significant outreach projects and through partnerships with local organisations).

The aim is also to build awareness of rights and to ensure that, as far as is possible, those in need of legal advice can find it locally and for free.

The current legal advice clinic services at ISCRE, along with their funding, will be transferred to the Law Centre allowing ISCRE to focus again on its core business.

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