Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum
CECF is an umbrella organisation for Cambridge and district that provides racial equality services to individuals and groups.
Camden Community Law Centre
Camden Community Law Centre provides free legal advice and representation in Housing, Welfare Benefits, Immigration, Asylum, Employment, Discrimination and Human Rights. Most services are for Camden residents only, but the Discrimination and Human Rights project operates across Camden, Islington, Haringey, Barnet, Enfield, Lambeth, Wandsworth, Richmond, Kingston, Merton, Sutton and Croydon.
Capability Scotland is a major ally in supporting disabled people to achieve full equality and to have choice and control of their lives by 2020. We are forging strong and effective relationships through working with a range of organisations within the public, private and voluntary sectors concerned with disability. We aim to exert effective influence which ensures that laws are passed that give disabled people equal human and civil rights, and that attitudes are changed through campaigning, education and information.
Cardiff Women's Aid
Cardiff Women's Aid works to end violence against women and children.
Carers UK is the voice of carers. Carers provide unpaid care by looking after an ill, frail or disabled family member, friend or partner; they give so much to society, yet as a consequence of caring, they experience ill health, poverty and discrimination. Carers UK is an organisation of carers fighting to end this injustice. We will not stop until people recognise the true value of carers’ contribution to society and carers get the practical, financial and emotional support they need.
Subjects: Social care
An organisation seeking to elimminate all forms of discrimination faced by unpaid family carers.
The CBI's mission is to help create and sustain the conditions in which businesses in the United Kingdom can compete and prosper for the benefit of all.
Centre for Accessible Environments
A registered charity, the Centre for Accessible Environments has been providing advice and resources on inclusive design and access to the built environment for disabled and older people for over 30 years.
Centre for Comparative Housing Research, De Montfort University
Centre for Culture & Disability Studies, Liverpool Hope University
Centre for Disability Research
Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion
The Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion is an independent non-profit organisation dedicated to tackling disadvantage and promoting social justice and with research and social policy expertise in welfare to work, learning and skills, regeneration, homelessness, criminal justice and social exclusion.
Centre for Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University
Subjects: Employment, Good relations/cohesion, Gypsies/Travellers, Housing, Poverty/social exclusion, Refugees/migrants
Centre for Education and Inclusion Research
The Centre for Education and Inclusion Research (CEIR) at Sheffield Hallam University conducts applied research, consultancy and evaluation in the fields of children and families; sexualities, health and youth; gender and employment; education and schools; 14-19 and lifelong learning, and higher education. Across all of these areas we have expertise in social inclusion and equality and diversity.
Subjects: Other, Sexual orientation, Age, Gender
Centre for Feminist Research, Goldsmiths
Centre for Full Employment
CFFE support disadvantages groups into employment, we also support Sheffield employers with their recruitment needs and chair a Diversity Partnership made up of several prominent Sheffield Employers.
Centre for Inclusion and Diversity (CfID)
The Centre for Inclusion and Diversity is a centre of expertise in applied research, knowledge transfer, policy and programme development, and consultancy on inclusion and diversity.
Subjects: Equality general
Centre for International Research on Care, Labour & Equalities (CIRCLE)
Subjects: Employment, Equality general, Social care
Centre for Reduction of Hate Crimes and Prejudice, Nottingham Trent University
Subjects: Violence/hate crime
Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity (CREID), University of Edinburgh
Subjects: Education, Equality general, Human rights
Centre for Rights, Equalities and Social Justice
The Centre for Rights, Equalities and Social Justice (CRESJ) is an international centre of excellence undertaking research to promote the achievement of social justice and equity in education. It focuses on tackling educational inequality and undertakes a range of research projects on race, class and gender in education.
Centre for Sex, Gender and Sexualities, University of Durham
Subjects: Gender, Gender identity, Sexual orientation
Centre for Youth and Community Development
Bangladesh Youth League (operating as Centre for Youth and Community Development-CYCD) is a registered charity operating in Luton.
Through a dedicated and professional system of youth and community development work CYCD seeks to improve the quality of life of the community, alleviate poverty and promote good health through the provision of: education and training, including social education programmes; advocacy; advice; information; outreach and centre based activities; and liaison with other similar service providers.
Subjects: Age, All
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society
Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society (COMPAS) is an ESRC-funded Research Centre within the University of Oxford. Since 2003 COMPAS has established an international reputation for original research and policy relevance. The mission of COMPAS is to conduct high quality research in order to develop theory and knowledge, inform policy-making and public debate, and engage users of research within the field of migration.
Established in 1996, the objects of the Centre are to, through the demonstration of Christian love in action, carry out such activities that contribute to the relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, social isolation, financial hardship or other disadvantage and that their conditions of life may be improved.
Centred is a community development agency based in Soho in London. It aims to provide space and opportunity with and for LGBT people and friends to gain support, grow and affect wider social and strategic change.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Sexual orientation, Gender identity
We are CHANGE, a national rights organisation led by disabled people, fighting for equal rights for all people with learning disabilities. Some of these are basic human rights, such as the right to be a parent or to have a good job on a living wage. We employ people with learning disabilities on equal salaries to run our projects and campaigns, as they are at the heart of our work and in the best place to tell us what people with learning disabilities need.
Subjects: Human rights, Disability
The Charity Commission is established by law as the regulator and registrar for charities in England and Wales. Its aim is to provide the best possible regulation of charities in England and Wales in order to increase charities' effectiveness and public confidence and trust.
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for those involved in the management and development of people.
Subjects: Employment, Other
Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG)
CPAG is the leading charity campaigning for the abolition of poverty among children in the UK and for the improvement of the lives of low-income families.
Children in Scotland
Children in Scotland is the national agency for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland. It is a forum for sharing and exchanging skills and expertise, and combining knowledge and experience to make Scotland a better place for all children and young people. Children in Scotland makes connections between research and policy, and practitioners' everyday experiences, to influence policy and to develop best practice in working with and for children and young people.
Children's Rights Alliance for England
CRAE is a coalition of over 380 voluntary and statutory organisations committed to the full implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Subjects: Age, Age – young people
The Children's Society is a leading children's charity committed to making childhood better for all children in the UK.
Children's Workforce Development Council (CWDC)
CWDC exists to improve the lives of children, young people, their families and carers by ensuring that all people working with them have the best possible training, qualifications, support and advice.
Subjects: Race/ethnicity, Gender, Age, Disability
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
CTBI works with churches in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland on issues that affect all four nations, and through networking helps them to think, plan and take action together. Responding to public policy and social issues is the work of the Church and Society Forum, and other associated bodies such as the Churches' Criminal Justice Forum and Churches Media Council.
Subjects: Religion or belief
Established in 1992, covering whole of Wales with national office in Cardiff, Chawarae Teg promotes the role of women in the economy of Wales. We receive funding from Welsh Assembly Government, European Structural Funds, as well as from membership and consultancy and training. Chwarae Teg works in four key areas: Employment, Enterprise, Education & skills and Policy
Citizen Organising Foundation
The Citizen Organising Foundation (COF) is a registered charity whose mission is to create a network of competent, informed and organised citizens who act responsibly in the public life of their communities and are able to influence, for the common good, decisions which impact on their communities.
The Citizenship Foundation aims to help individuals, particularly young people, overcome disadvantage by empowering them to engage in society through education about democracy, law, and social action. By enabling people to develop essential skills and an understanding of processes affecting their everyday lives, such as the law and politics, we believe we can help build a more just and tolerant society where all are respected and valued.
Subjects: Age, Human rights
A theatre, education and new writing company specialising in work with women who have experience of the criminal justice system, and women at risk of offending due to mental health needs or/and alcohol/drug use.
Subjects: Gender, Other
Cleft Lip and Palate Association
CLAPA is the representative organisation for all people with and affected by cleft lip and/or palate in the UK. We provide support and information to new parents, specialized bottles and teats for babies, activities for children and young people, advice on accessing treatment for adults, and volunteering opportunities as individuals or through our branches. We work closely with the specialist cleft teams and generic health professionals to ensure that people receive the best possible care.
Clinks is the national membership body for Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise organisations working in criminal justice. We support, represent and campaign for organisations working with offenders, and aim to ensure that they and all those with whom they work, are informed and engaged in order to transform the lives of offenders.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Sexual orientation, Human rights, Gender identity, All
Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights
CRER is a Scottish anti-racist organisation which aims to advance work on social, economic and political issues from a race perspective.
Coalition on Sexual Orientation
The Coalition on Sexual Orientation was established by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) groups in Northern Ireland in order to provide a voice for the LGBT Community in debates and consultations surrounding the rights of the community. CoSO aspires to represent the LGBT Community on issues around sexual orientation and acts as an umbrella body with which public authorities may consult in order to fulfil their statutory duty to promote equal opportunities irrespective of sexual orientation.
Subjects: Sexual orientation, Human rights
Committed2Equality assists, assesses and accredits organisations as they adopt and implement the c2e national standard for equality and diversity practice; it undertakes research, lobbies for change and seeks improvement and fairness across all equality strands.
Compact Voice is the voice of the voluntary sector on the Compact — an agreement between the sector and the Government to ensure better working together. They provide training and resources, and represent the sector's concerns to the government.
Conflict and Change
Conflict and Change is a voluntary organisation building bridges of understanding within and between communities in Newham, one of the most diverse areas of the United Kingdom.
Connect is a trade union representing professionals in communications.
Consortium of LGBT Voluntary & Commercial Organisations
The Consortium provides support, evidence and information to LGBT organisations/groups. It also provides representation of members' issues to government.
Subjects: Gender identity, Sexual orientation
Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
COSLA is the representative voice of Scottish local government and also acts as the employers’ association on behalf of all Scottish councils.
Council of Disabled People
The Council of Disabled People, Warwickshire & Coventry is a Charity organisation that exists to promote and realise the interests of Disabled people regardless of class, colour, race, sexuality, gender and/or age.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Human rights