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Ipswich and Suffolk Council for Racial Equality

ISCRE aims to work towards the elimination of racial discrimination, and to promote equality of opportunity and good relations between persons of different racial groups. In addition the Suffolk Discrimination Law Service provides advice and advocacy services to persons living, working or visiting Suffolk experiencing any form of unlawful discrimination on the grounds of gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, race, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership status, pregnancy and maternity, or religion and belief.

The Law Advice Centre located at ISCRE was set up as a partnership between ISCRE, Lawworks and the Suffolk and North Essex Law Society. Members of the public who may otherwise be unable to see a solicitor are provided with a high quality of service and are not disavantaged in their access to legal service.

Who to contact

Telephone
01473 408111
Fax
0871 900 4218
Email
office@iscre.org.uk
Website
http://www.iscre.org.uk
Address
46a
St. Matthews Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP1 3EP

Additional contact

Name
Phanuel Mutumburi
Position
Business and Operations Manager

Where to go

Address
Ipswich & Suffolk Council For Racial Equality,
46a, St. Matthews Street
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP1 3EP
Area served
Suffolk
Parking available
No
Restrictions to access
Our reception and office are located on the first floor, only accessible by stairs. We can make appointments for people with mobility needs - please call us for details.

Days & Times

Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm

Other details

Age Groups
Adults, Young people

Accreditation details
Legal Services Commission Quality Mark

Notes

We provide free and confidential legal advice, advocacy and representation to individuals and families living or working in Suffolk who have experienced any form of unlawful discrimination or harassment. We operate by appointment only. We accept clients by referral or self referral. We also run a weekly Law Advice Centre where any member of the public can make an appointment for free legal advice on most subjects for half an hour.

Last Updated
03/07/2017

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