Ealing Equality Council
Ealing Equality Council
We provide accredited casework and support services benefiting disadvantage persons experiencing, poverty, social and/or economic disadvantage and high levels of deprivation. Our clients experiencing multiple deprivation requiring help on issues, including: discrimination, LGBTQI, food poverty, debt, housing, benefits, homelessness, family breakdown, employment asylum and refugee matters. We deliver projects that help promote integration for new arrivals particularly vulnerable families.
1) To work towards the elimination of all forms of discrimination and inequality;
2) To engage in the delivery of legal advice and casework, dealing with all issues affecting disadvantaged persons, including: employment, social welfare law and all forms of discrimination and inequalities;
3) To promote equality of opportunity and good relations between all persons including persons of different racial groups; Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, Migrant and Refugee Communities (BAMER/BMER); and other persons, including white working-class communities experiencing disadvantage exclusion, poverty, inequality, discrimination and deprivation;
4) To engage in partnership working, including working with community and statutory sector organisations in promoting social justice for those living in poverty, experiencing disadvantage, discrimination and inequality;
Ealing Equality Council aims to:
- 700 persons at high risk of experiencing hardship are better able to plan for the future.
- 400 persons with housing difficulties will be supported to take actions that avoid eviction.
- 400 persons accessing legal advice will be able to obtain remedies leading to improved economic circumstances.
- 10-20 Volunteers' lives will be changed, they will learn how to empathise with people experiencing great levels of deprivation when attending food banks.
- 300 persons will be supported by EEC to manage consumer debt, implement a payment plan learn how to budget and avoid food poverty.
Established: August 1990
Registered Charity Number: 1116413
Board members: 17
Full time staff: 2
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 02082312574
Address: Villiers House W5 2PAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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