ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) aims to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations. It provides up-to-date information, independent advice, high quality training and works with employers and employees to solve problems and improve performance.
Subjects: Employment, All
Accord is a coalition of religious and non -religious organisations campaigning for an end to religious discrimination in state-funded schools.
Subjects: Religion or belief
Action for Advocacy
Action for Advocacy is the central point of information for the independent advocacy sector.
Action for Blind People
Action For Blind People is an expert national organisation, ensuring blind and partially sighted people receive practical support in all aspects of their lives.
Action on Hearing Loss
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. We’re working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.
Aculco London Latin Front
Aculco Cultural Association works for integration of Latin American immigrants through representing our language and culture in the EU and the UK
Subjects: Race/ethnicity, Human rights, Other
Advance is a women-only organisation, providing emotional and practical support to women in London.
Subjects: Gender, Violence/hate crime
Advantage West Midlands
Advantage West Midlands is one of the nine Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) set up by Government to promote sustainable economic development in England. It is the regional leader for developing economic prosperity, working with a range of public sector partners, voluntary and community organisations and the private sector, to develop strategies and support projects that will help transform the West Midlands’ economy.
Advice Now is an independent, not-for-profit website providing accurate, up-to-date information on rights and legal issues. The ‘Is that discrimination?’ section of the site offers a magazine, problem page, sound files and in-depth guides on discrimination and human rights issues.
Advice UK is the largest UK network of advice-providing organisations. Advice UK does not give out advice itself.
African Health Policy Network
The African Health Policy Network (AHPN) is an umbrella organisation of mostly African-led community based organisations that enables Africans to speak with a collective and representative voice on matters of HIV and sexual health, with a mission to advance the health and well being of Africans living in the UK. The AHPN was formerly known as the African HIV Policy Network. The AHPN is the only African organisation in the UK whose work is dedicated to policy, advocacy and representation at national level. Its major focus is on HIV and the sexual health of Africans in the UK.
Subjects: Disability, Other
AFRUCA ( Africans Unite against Child Abuse) is the premier charity promoting the welfare of African children in the UK, through awareness raising within the African communities on child safeguarding issues, providing information, training and advisory services to practitioners and policy makers as well as through partnership building with voluntary and statutory agencies sharing the same values.
Subjects: Age, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Human rights
Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern and Help the Aged.
The Age UK family includes Age Scotland, Age Cymru and Age NI.
Subjects: Age, Age – older people
Age UK Cheshire
Age Concern Cheshire is committed to making later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience for all older people in Cheshire. It seeks to achieve this by providing a range of care and support services to empower and enable older people to continue to live full and active lives, to participate in community activity, and to remain in good mental and physical health for as long as possible.
Age UK Sunderland
To promote the well-being of all older people throughout the City of Sunderland, improve their quality of life and help them maintain independence.
Agency for Culture and Change Management
The Agency for Culture and Change Management campaigns against harmful traditional cultures that violate the human rights and cause harm to children, young people and vulnerable women. These include female genital mutilation, forced marriage and honour killings among others. We work with communities to highlight the health, social and human rights implications of these traditions and what the law in the UK says about them.
Subjects: Gender, Human rights
AHRC Research Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality
The overall aim of CentreLGS is to pioneer and facilitate work that analyses, investigates and deepens understanding of the relationship between Law, Gender and Sexuality.
Subjects: Race/ethnicity, Gender identity, Religion or belief, Gender, Sexual orientation
The words 'Aik Saath' mean Together as One in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.They also embody the ethos of our charity - we believe in working together to challenge racism and prevent violence. Aik Saath was established in response to gang violence between young people from Asian backgrounds in Slough. Our efforts are led by the peer training team, a group of highly-skilled young volunteers aged between 12 and 25. They train other young people in conflict resolution and anti-racism skills in a variety of settings, including schools and youth centres.
Subjects: Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Human rights
Alliance for Useful Evidence
Nesta, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Big Lottery Fund have come together in partnership to create the Alliance for Useful Evidence.
Subjects: Equality general
The Amber Foundation provides supported accommodation for homeless persons aged 17-30, with drug and alcohol issues, many of whom are referred to the organisation through the Criminal Justice System.
Amina, the Muslim Women Resource Centre
Amina – the Muslim Women’s Resource Centre (MWRC) is a community initiative developed by women from the Muslim community in Scotland as a response to mainstream services not reaching, or not adequately meeting the needs of many Muslim women. Its overall purpose is to promote the welfare of Muslim women and to overcome barriers to access mainstream services. Its vision is of a Scotland where all people are able to fully participate in all aspects of society without having to compromise their basic beliefs and values, or to fear discrimination or harassment.
Subjects: Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief
Amnesty International UK
Amnesty International is a movement of ordinary people from across the world standing up for humanity and human rights. Our purpose is to protect individuals wherever justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied.
Subjects: Human rights
An-Nisa is a women-led organisation working for the welfare of Muslim families.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Sexual orientation, Human rights, All
Anthony Walker Foundation
The Anthony Walker Foundation was set up to promote racial harmony through education, music and sport for young people.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Sexual orientation, Human rights, Gender identity, All, Other
APNA HAQ Project
The APNA HAQ Project provides support to Asian women & children facing issues of violence in their lives.
Subjects: Disability, Gender, Human rights, Race/ethnicity
Asylum Aid provides legal representation to asylum-seekers. By combining expert legal advice work with campaigning activities, Asylum Aid responds to asylum-seekers' immediate legal needs and addresses the underlying causes of the difficulties they encounter during the asylum process.
Asylum Support and Immigration Resources Team
We provide free, prompt, independent advice on immigration, nationality and asylum, following this up through casework, support, appeals representation, and home visits. We provide information about resources through advice and training sessions, and leaflets and posters.
Asylum Welcome supports refugees, asylum seekers and immigration detainees in Oxford and Oxfordshire.
Avon & Bristol Law Centre
The Law Centre provides a free legal advice and advocacy service for unwaged and low paid people and for people experiencing unlawful discrimination.
AWAZ (Cumbria) is the voice of Black and Minority Ethnic People and Communities in Cumbria.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Sexual orientation, Human rights, Gender identity, All