Discrimination Is Against The Law

Thanks to funding from the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Chesterfield and Nottingham Law Centres are offering free legal advice and representation aimed at helping people to work and access to goods and services without discrimination and harassment.

This is for people who lives in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire and have been discriminated against because of age, gender, race, disability, transgender issues, sexual orientation, faith, religious or non religious belief.

Have you experienced discrimination or harassment, for example, by:

  • Colleagues, manager or employer?
  • Banks or building societies?
  • Cinemas or theatres?
  • Doctors or dentists?
  • Hospitals or clinics?
  • Leisure centres, hotels or B&Bs?
  • Police
  • Public and private landlords?
  • Council or other public body?
  • Shops or markets?
  • Transport providers?

A person or organisation may discriminate against someone for a variety of reasons, but no matter whether it is based on race, colour, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religious or non religious belief – it is unlawful and the specialist workers at the Law Centres can help.

For Employment Advice contact Nottingham Law Centre, and for advice around accessing to goods and services contact Chesterfield Law Centre.

For free advice contact:

Tony Ashwell                                 
Chesterfield Law Centre               
44 Park Rd,
Chesterfield,
S40 1XZ               

Tel:   01246 550674                      
Fax:  01246 551069                      
Typetalk: 18001 01246 550674
Text box: 0845 833 4252

Email:                                                             
clc@chesterfieldlawcentre.org.uk

Carol Lambert
Nottingham Law Centre
119 Radford Rd,
Nottingham,
NG7 5DU

Tel: 01159 787 813
Tel: 01159 792 969
Typetalk: 18001 01159 787813

Email:
enquiries@nottinghamlawcentre.org.uk

            

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