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If you are interested in the issues raised by our DVDs or you need further help, the organisations listed below can give advice and information. In many cases they have useful websites, with links below. Please let us know if any of the details are out of date or if you want to suggest any additions.   We also have an extensive list of UK organisations specialising in disability issues, for users of our 'OH YES I CAN' DVD.  

Please note that the descriptions below are mainly provided by the listed organisations and do not imply any endorsement by Angel Productions.

Centre for Intercultural Development

Email: johntwitchin@diversityworks.co.uk

Phone: 020 7431 1712

http://www.diversityworks.co.uk

CI-CD specialises in training for executives and managers, and for staff delivering front-line services, in ‘cultural  awareness’ and intercultural communication skills.

Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

151 The Broadway
London SW19 1JQ

Phone: 020 8612 6200

http://www.cipd.co.uk

 

The Diversity Group

85-89 Duke Street

Liverpool

L1 5AP

Phone: 0151 708 5775

Fax: 0151 709 7493

Email: info@thediversitygroup.co.uk

http://www.thediversitygroup.co.uk

Set up in 2006, under the name of Urban Publishing Limited, with the aim of eliminating barriers within employment, education and training for minority groups in the UK. Also promotes fostering, housing and sports in its publications.

Diversityjobs.co.uk

Diversity Business Media Ltd

59 Rivenhall Gardens

Snaresbrook

London

E18 2BX

http://www.diversityjobs.co.uk

Jobs portal for the UK's socially disadvantaged.

Workplace equality is still a challenge for ethnic minorities, women, older people, disabled workers and people of different sexual preference.

Employers' Forum on Age

Floor 3, Downstream
1 London Bridge
London
SE1 9BG

Email: efa@efa.org.uk.
Phone: 0845 456 2495
Fax: 020 7785 6536

http://www.efa.org.uk

Employers’ Forum on Disability

Nutmeg House

60 Gainsford Street

London

SE1 2NY

Phone 020 7403 3020

http://www.employers-forum.co.uk

Equality and Human Rights Commission

3 More London
Riverside 
Tooley Street 
London
SE1 2RG

email:info@equalityhumanrights.com

Phone: 020 3117 0235

http://www.equalityhumanrights.com

 

Replaced the former

Commission for Racial Equality

Equal Opportunities Commission and

Disability Rights Commission

in October 2007

Equality Commission for N Ireland

Equality House
7 - 9 Shaftesbury Square 
Belfast
BT2 7DP

Phone 028 9050 0600

http://www.equalityni.org

Equality Britain

Pearson Press Limited

2nd Floor, 42 Whitechapel 

Liverpool  L1 6DZ

phone 0151-707 6688

www.equalitybritain.co.uk

Jobs and courses nationwide in all areas including careers within the Public Sector, Finance and Retail Industries together with courses ranging from GCSE’s, NVQ’s and A-Levels right through to Degree level.

Fair Play SE Ltd

29f Station Road Ind Estate

Southwater

Horsham

W Sussex

RH13 7UD

Phone 01403 738739

http://www.seequality.org.uk

 

(Web Page has useful information and links, relevant not only in the South East)

 

National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux

115-123 Pentonville Road

London

N1 9LZ

Phone 020 7833 2181

http://www.nacab.org.uk

will supply a list of local CABs

Race for Opportunity

Business in the Community

44 Baker Street

London

W1M 1DH

Phone 020 7224 1600

http://www.bitc.org.uk

RADAR

12 City Forum

250 City Road

London

EC1V 8AF

Phone: 020 7250 3222

http://www.radar.org.uk

 

(Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation)

Stonewall Lobby Group

Tower Building
York Road
London SE1 7NX

Phone: 020 7593 1850

Info line: 08000 50 20 20
Fax: 020 7593 1877
Minicom: 020 7633 0759
Email: info@stonewall.org.uk

http://www.stonewall.org.uk

 

Lesbian & Gay equality

Trades Union Congress

http://www.tuc.org.uk/changingtimes

TUC website about work/life balance

Welfare at Work website

http://www.welfareatwork.co.uk/

Impartial advice on your rights at work, with tips on how to keep healthy, cope with colleague relationships and manage stress in the workplace.

Working Families

1 - 3 Berry Street
London EC1V 0AA

Phone 020 7253 7243

Email: office@workingfamilies.org.uk

 

Legal helpline freephone: 0800 013 0313

http://www.workingfamilies.org.uk

Listen to working parents and carers and give a voice to their concerns
Support working families in every way it can – currently with a free legal helpline for low income families, a project for families with disabled children and free factsheets
Campaign for work-life balance for everyone by working with employers, policy makers and opinion formers
Spread the word on the benefits of work-life policies with Best Boss competition and Employer of the Year Awards