We are inviting all those who are concerned about the Windrush fiasco, worried about being affected, or have concerns about their documentation either for rights to remain and safeguarding to our public meeting. The public meeting will be followed by a series of legal clinics from legal professionals who are volunteering their time and expertise.
If you have concerns or questions about legal rights for yourself or a family member.
If you are concerned and would like to share your views.
If you are concerned and would like to offer your support.
Public Meeting: Saturday 28 April 2018, 2PM-5PM
Speakers will include Peter Herbet OBE Chair of Black Lawyers Society, Dawn Hill CBE Chair of Black Cultural Archives and other legal professionals.
Legal Clinics will take place throughout May on Wednesday, 5pm-8pm & Saturdays 5 May, 10am-1pm.
WC 30 April: Wed 3 May 5pm-8pm & Sat 5 May, 10am-1pm
WC 7 May: Wed 9 May 5pm-8pm & Sat 12 May, 10am-1pm
WC 14 May: Wed 16 May 5pm-8pm & Sat 19 May, 10am-1pm
WC 21 May: Wed 23 May 5pm-8pm & Sat 26 May, 10am-1pm
WC 28 May: Wed 30 May 5pm-8pm
Legal clinics have been extended due to growing demand. Clinics will now take place on Saturdays, 10am-1pm from 9 until 30 June.
Saturday 9 June, 10am-1pm
Saturday 16 June, 10am-1pm
Saturday 23 June, 10am-1pm
Saturday 30 June, 10am-1pm
To sign up for a legal clinic or to offer your legal expertise contact our reception on either 020 3757 8500 or email@example.com
Let us join together as a community to discuss positive action for those in need.
We are also working with Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, Runnymede Trust, Justice For Windrush and the Windrush Foundation to support the GoFundMe campaign.