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Immigration

e-news January 15

With: a message from Glenn Jordan, our new Director social justice lecture invitation: Why Fight...

Helping a family to stay together

“The only place where we could get real help. Thanks.” Our immigration unit helped a Latvian man, his Latvian wife and her non-EEA mother living in the UK. The couple have two children, both born in the...

Residence permit for victim of forced labour

‘I just wanna say thanks to the Law Centre for helping me with my case. They are very kind. Because of the Law Centre I got my residence permit to work.’ We represented a man who was recruited via an agency in the Philippines,...

Social justice in Action: Law Centre impact report 2014

Find out how we made a difference in 2014.

The future of advice

Roger Smith spoke on the future of advice in the digital age at the Law Centre's AGM in November.

Law Centre (NI) AGM and seminar 2014

Anti-slavery day: Law Centre NI joins in awareness raising at St George's Market

On Saturday 18 October, anti slavery day, Law Centre (NI) joined other NGOs to help in the Department of Justice NI's awareness raising effort at St George's Market Belfast.

Law Centre anti-traffficking story wins film award

The film based on a composite trafficking story supplied by our Young People Anti-Trafficking Project has won the overall award in the Unchosen film festival. Congratulations to Tim Keeking, the...

EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator visits Belfast

Trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism

Drawing on its experience of working with people who have been trafficked, the Law Centre has responded to the Home Office consultation on the review of the National Referral Mechanism. The National Referral Mechanism (NRM)is a process set up...

Short film based on Law Centre trafficking cases shortlisted for UK award

Law Centre contributes story to Unchosen competition film A short film based on a composite story of Law Centre cases involving trafficking and forced labour has been shortlisted for a UK-wide award. The film will be...

Immigration law with Adrian Berry QC

Leading barrister Adrian Berry of Garden Court Chamber, London, delivered two important training sessions at the Law Centre to update solicitors and other legal advisers.

Roundtable: asylum on the island of Ireland

On 27 June, Law Centre (NI) and Irish Refugee Council held a roundtable discussion at...

Training plan 14-15: supporting advisers

Find out more about  Law Centre (NI) Training Programme...

New Policy Bulletin

Law Centre (NI) Policy Bulletin 17 is out now, giving an update on policy issues the Law Centre has been working on in the first quarter of 2014.

Migrants and benefits: a new guide

Law Centre (NI) has published an advisers' guide on Migrants and Benefits, on behalf of Belfast...

Also labelled: Social Security

Working for progress for refugees, asylum seekers and people who have been trafficked

We gave evidence last week to the Justice Committee on the Human Trafficking Bill. Liz Griffith, policy officer at the Law Centre, spoke yesterday on Radio Ulster Talkback about the challenges faced by asylum seekers in NI:

Also labelled: Social Security, Social Justice

Frontline 90 - Winter 13-14

Frontline 90 Winter 2013-2014 is now available online.

Trafficked young people get specialist help

Launch of Sexually Exploited and Trafficked Young People Project

Law Centre (NI) would like to invite you to the launch of the Sexually Exploited and Trafficked Young People Project. Where: Law Centre (NI), 124 Donegall Street, Belfast When: Friday 6 December,...

Also labelled: Social Justice

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