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Law Centre welcomes UK Anti-Slavery Commissioner

Also labelled: Immigration

Forced labour in NI: mapping issues and remedies

Also labelled: Immigration, Social Justice

Reminder: films and Q&A on forced labour this Saturday

Slavery was abolished over 200 years ago but human...

Also labelled: Immigration

Legal Support Project: call for volunteers

The Legal Support Project (LSP) is seeking new volunteers to undertake representation in social security appeals and industrial tribunals.

Also labelled: Social Security

Modern slavery discussed at Belfast Film Festival

Also labelled: Immigration

Law Centre (NI) views on the future of Civil Legal Aid in Northern Ireland

The Law Centre has responded to the Department of Justice consultation on Civil Legal Aid. Our preferred position is that DoJ does not remove employment, immigration or social security from the scope of civil legal aid.

e-news January 15

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

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

Zero-hour contracts: the Law Centre's views

The Law Centre believes that the use of zero hours...

National Minimum Wage: new rates

The rates for national minimum wage are changing on Wednesday:

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.

Creating the good economy - NICVA conference - 31 January

Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action is holding conference to explore the economic position of young people, the wider causes and implications of intergenerational trends, and what should be done to ensure a good economy for young and old...

Also labelled: Social Security

Pro bono work: international perspectives and local solutions

Also labelled: Social Security, Social Justice

How we select our cases

Find our how we select our cases:

Policy and casework news

The Law Centre's latest Policy and Casework bulletins are online now. Read them here: Policy Bulletin July 2013

Policy news March 2013

Read our March 2013 policy bulletin. With news on welfare reform, tribunal reform, asylum support, trafficking, employment disputes, community care and...

Frontline 86 now available

With features on welfare reform, employment and unemployment matters,...


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