Who we are
Ealing Equality Council (EEC) is a charity and has been active in the promotion and advancement of equality and human rights for all. We've been providing advice and advocacy in both generalist and specialist areas in conjunction with the Community Advice Programme (CAP) and retain the pro-bono services of both solicitors and qualified barristers to provide free legal advice. Read more…
EEC was originally formed in 1963 with the main aim and objective to deliver advice and has helped disadvantaged communities for the past 50 years.
We have recently increased the number of volunteers supporting our advice services. We feel we have an unparalleled quality of pro bono qualified volunteers, including QCs, qualified judges, magistrates, law lecturers, law students and graduates, specialist solicitors and barristers dealing with all areas of law.
Summary of Objects
To advance equality, human rights, good relations and social justice towards the elimination of discrimination and inequality for BMER communities & other persons experiencing disadvantage; providing legal advice; seminars; volunteering; and training for employment in London, Ealing and surrounding areas. Read more …
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Initial Online Advice
For initial answers to your enquiries please follow the links to the various advice websites and telephone helplines:
- Ealing Advice Service
- Ealing Mediation
- Citizens Advice Bureau
- Government website – very comprehensive on all matters, eg divorce, redundancy, benefits, immigration
- Ealing Council Housing website: http://www.ealing.gov.uk/info/100007/housing
- Hounslow Council www.hounslow.gov.uk
- Local group of solicitors have made notes to assist clients: http://www.legalnotebook.co.uk/
- Moneysavingsexpert site for all kinds of money related questions
Contact us on: 0208 231 2575, 0208 231 2576, 0208 231 2550, 0208 231 2574
Please click here for the new Ealing Advice Directory.