EAEL Discrimination Elimination

Equality and Employment Law Centre



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Team story

[p]We are proud to take part in the Liverpool Legal Walk 2021 and raise money for Equality and Employment Law Centre.[/p][p]Our walkers were: Denika, John, Julie, Kate and Nick.[/p][p]The money we raise will help to keep our Law Centre operating and giving access to justice try to as many people as possible. You may think everyone has access to free legal advice but sadly you are wrong. Many of our clients are in work in poverty and cannot afford legal advice and are not eligible for legal aid.[/p][p]Sadly, they fall between the gaps. Furthermore, there is no longer legal aid[/p][p]available for employment advice outside of discrimination. Most of our[/p][p]individual clients come to us for help when they are traumatised and in crisis.[/p][p]Our work transforms lives. Recently a client who had been discriminated in the workplace because her employer refused to put reasonable adjustments in place and dismissed our client said:[/p][p][b][i]"I am very thankful to all of you for providing such a[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]valuable and much needed service to help people like me.[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]Without the help and support I would have probably had a mental[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]breakdown.[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]The employers are fully aware of the laws but they choose to be[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]ruthless as they know that 99% of the time they can get away with it.[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]Most people cannot defend themselves and it is only with places[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]like the Equality and Employment Law Centre - which gives hope to many and get a successful outcome.[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]I will never forget you all and will continue to pray for everyone.[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]Even though everything does seem bleak at times. Never lose[/i][/b][/p][p][b][i]hope. Have faith.[/i][/b][/p][p]We were able to secure a very good settlement through mediation and an apology for our client who felt listened to and vindicated and who did not have to go through the trauma of a court hearing. This is just one example of the work we do and the difference we make to people's lives. [/p][p]We have 5 apprentices and 2 trainee solicitors who work alongside our dedicated team of legal specialists in employment and discrimination law. [/p][p]All of our clients have experienced traumatic situations and we do our best to bring those guilty of discrimination to justice. [/p][p]With your help we can continue to do provide these vital services as without funding we will not be able to carry on. [/p][p]Please support our walkers as generously as you are able.[/p][p]Many thanks[/p][p][br][/p][p] [/p]
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Oct 26, 2021


Keep up the great work you do fighting social injustice.


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Oct 24, 2021


Fight the fight to put it right


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Oct 24, 2021


continue the good work


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Oct 24, 2021


Keep up the great work and fighting for justice


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Oct 23, 2021

Maggie Mullan

Thank you for everything you do


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Oct 17, 2021


Keep up the good work. You never know when you might need these vital services. Please support them so they are there for those in need.


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Sep 22, 2021


Sep 21, 2021


Good luck! Enjoy the walk!

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