Project information

Academic Education on Immigration and welfare matt

Is to prepare a cohesive response to new immigration and welfare matters. As required members of our office have to be educated at high standard level to be able to Legal advocate for our clientele group. The idea beyond is to equip and send our Advocates to ongoing immigration and welfare courses.

June 2017 - June 2018

Charity information: Angolan Community In London

Angolan Community In London
  • Need


    We are trying to be consistent with current legislation by offering our clientele group the opportunity to receive the appropriate legal advice. same people have barriers on communication and cannot approach the mainstream authorities for advice so we are conducting an outreach work to support and address some of the inequalities that are common presented to our Board and Advocates.


    We intend to seek financial support to be able to enroll on immigration and welfare courses run by the government in order to be better equipped for better ongoing advise services. The community needs us as we can speak their mother tongue and facilitate integration.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To equip advisers on immigration and welfare matters To be able to support members of our community


    » We require substantial funding to subscribe to OSIC immigration training. Attend and equip advisers.

    What success will look like

    We intend to keep record of our client group, create a database with names and addresses of our clientele also to Assess how many we assist/aid everyday.

  • Impact


    We intend to create a cohesive support within our community. members of our community will get to know the work we do and where to contact us when the need arise. We also intend to use all the media channels to let people know about our legal activities.


    We intend to keep record of our activities and to be transparent as possible.
    The Ability to provide services to the community will be our main challenge.
    We have been in business providing community consultancy services since 1991 when this cohesive support group was sought.


    We intend to write to donors outlining our activities in the best manner. Also inviting them to most appropriated dates.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £2,500

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      Amount Heading Description
      £2,500 OSIC immigration course Attending OSIC immigration Training plus legal books
  • Background


    We are based in London east London where the majority of Portuguese and Spanish speakers tend to reside, these are very deprived areas some of the population live on benefits and will be using us as their representatives.


    The great Majority of Portuguese and Spanish speakers will be benefiting from this project. In other words this project is designed to provide a cohesive support to these members in our society. All it depends How disadvantaged they are in the community.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Because we do understand their issues in life we speak their languages and we can be identified as one of them. So our services are designed to support our community members. Throughout the years we have learned how the system works and associate differences. We see ourselves in a more adequate position to fend for the existent problematic cases that affect our population this can be legal, social or health related matters.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Carlos Silva LLB HONS

    Main legal representative