Advice for you
The Commission is focusing its attention on the needs of those who are most vulnerable and marginalised. This includes persons with disabilities, children in the care of or detained by the state, prisoners, ethnic minorities (including Travellers), persons in need of health and social care and those suffering deprivation. We will consider taking up your case only if it directly relates to human rights and falls within one of these areas of priority.
We operate an advice clinic every Wednesday morning from 9.30am to 1pm. If you would like to make an appointment to discuss your case please call 028 90243987. If you are unable to telephone us and would like to make an appointment please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If we are unable to take up your case, we will try to refer you to a more appropriate agency that can help you. Please see below a list of organisations that may be better placed to help you with your case.
- Equality Commission for Northern Ireland
- The Housing Rights Service
- Labour Relations Agency
- Office of the Industrial Tribunals and Fair Employment Tribunal
- Centre on Human Rights for Disabled People
- NI Council for Ethnic Minorities
- Belfast Migrant Centre
- NI Community of Refugees and Asylum Seekers
- The Law Centre (NI)
- Citizens Advice Centre
- Advice Guide Online
- UK Border Agency
- Law Society solicitors database
- Children’s Law Centre
- Health and Social Services Council
- The Commission for Victims and Survivors
Human Rights Advice
We have produced a set of advice documents on human rights issues. Click to download: