News

WoRC Attends: "Living standards, poverty and inequality in the UK: 2018"

The Institute of Fiscal Studies held their annual event presenting a report on United Kingdom living standards, poverty and inequality.

Read More →

By Dasha Vodchic
13 August 2018

WoRC Gets Heard: Our chair of trustees talks to the London Community Foundation

Employment rights, friendship, and a charity model embedded in the community: our Chair Of Trustees and beneficiaries talk to the London Community Foundation.

Read More →

By Zac Downs
30 July 2018

WoRC Attends: "Beyond Windrush: Building the movement for migrants' rights"

Together with over 100 representatives from different migrant sector organisations, WoRC attended a forum which proposed means of countering the hostile environment to which the Windrush Generation were subjected.

Read More →

By Aleksandra Tomczak
28 July 2018

WoRC Attends: Brent Voluntary & Community Organisations consultation

Brent Council hosted its 2018 Voluntary Sector Organisations consultation. During the meeting, the attendees discussed the proposed Partnership Principles, and how these would work in a wider partnership strategy.

Read More →

By Adina Maglan
28 July 2018

WoRC Delivers: Equality & Work rights training in Hertfordshire

Work Rights Centre has been invited to deliver a bespoke training on Equalities and Work Rights in English and Romanian as part of an ESOL course organised by Hertfordshire County Council.

Read More →

By Adina Maglan
21 July 2018

WoRC Gets Heard: Interview with 'Bulgarians in London'

We are pleased to announce that Bulgarians in London had published their new blog featuring an interview with Work Rights Centre's communications officer.

Read More →

By Lora Tabakova
24 June 2018

WoRC Attends: Voluntary Sector Liaison Forum meeting

Along with a number of Brent-based community organisations and social enterprises, WoRC was invited to review the needs of the borough's voluntary sector.

Read More →

By Lora Tabakova
20 June 2018

WoRC Writes: Settled status, a difficult task for precarious workers

Since the EU referendum the circumstances of EU nationals in the UK have worsened. This article considers some of the barriers EU nationals face in making applications for Settled Status.

Read More →

By Lora Tabakova
25 April 2018

WoRC Attends: 'Providing Legal Advice to EEA nationals' conference hosted by the AIRE Centre

Our team of dedicated volunteers had the pleasure to attend a conference on the 6th of April 2018 hosted by the AIRE Centre (Advice on Individual Rights in Europe) on the subject of Providing Legal Advice to EEA nationals, as part of a project funded by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

Read More →

By Dasha Vodchic
06 April 2018