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Our letter calling on the Home Secretary to reverse changes to the Ukraine Schemes and Heath and Care Worker visa

We have written to the Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee to request changes to the Ukraine Schemes and Health and Care visa are annulled.

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By Evie Breese
28 February 2024

Have you worked in the care sector in England? We’d like to learn about your experience

We are starting a new research project to understand how the adult care sector should be improved to halt the exploitation of migrant carers working these jobs. .

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By Andrei Savitski
26 February 2024

We are commissioning a new website: read our project specifications here

We want to commission a digital team to redevelop and redesign our website. As a migrant-run organisation that provides vital legal information and legal advice, we need a new website to better serve our clients, our staff and our stakeholders.

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By Evie Breese
26 January 2024

What do the government’s recent immigration changes mean for migrant workers facing exploitation?

On 4 December 2023, the Home Secretary James Cleverly announced a raft of major changes to the UK’s immigration system. We ask; what, if any, will be the impact of these proposals on efforts to address growing reports of migrant workers being abused at work?

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By Adis Sehic
24 January 2024

Luke Piper joins the Work Rights Centre as Head of Immigration

As our new Head of Immigration, Luke Piper will help take on the growing challenges facing migrants in the UK.

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By Evie Breese
14 December 2023

Report: The systemic drivers of migrant worker exploitation in the UK

Our latest report finds that the work sponsorship system adopted after Brexit, combined with weak labour enforcement, is increasing reports of migrant worker exploitation in Britain.

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By Evie Breese
14 November 2023

New Seasonal Worker Interest Group launched to tackle exploitation in UK agriculture

We’re setting up a new Seasonal Worker Interest Group to make sure migrant agricultural workers’ interests can be effectively heard and pursued.

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By Evie Breese
08 November 2023

Why the NRM for modern slavery urgently needs resourcing

The time it takes for potential victims of modern slavery to receive a decision from the NRM has increased significantly throughout 2023, while the rate of positive reasonable grounds decisions plummeted. Our researcher Andrei Savitski looks at Home Office data to get a clearer picture.

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By Andrei Savitski
08 November 2023

‘The Seasonal Worker visa scheme must be reformed to end systemic exploitation’: Work Rights Centre responds to reports of widespread migrant worker exploitation on British farms

A new investigation by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ) and The Independent has revealed the Home Office failed to act on its own reports of widespread exploitation, wage theft and racism affecting seasonal workers. The Work Rights Centre is calling for systematic change end migrant worker exploitation on British farms.

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By Evie Breese
23 October 2023

Work Rights Centre submits written evidence to the ICIBI's inquiry into the immigration system as it relates to the social care sector

Earlier this week, the Work Rights Centre submitted written evidence to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration (ICIBI), in relation to its inspection of the immigration system as it relates to the social care sector. This is what we shared with the ICIBI, and our recommendations.

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By Olivia Vicol and Adis Sehic
22 September 2023

Work Rights Centre responds to the DLME's Enforcement Strategy 2024/25 Call for Evidence

Today, the Work Rights Centre has submitted written evidence to the Director of Labour Market Enforcement (DLME) in relation to its Labour Market Enforcement Strategy 2024/25.

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By Olivia Vicol & Adis Sehic
04 September 2023

We are recruiting an Immigration Adviser / Solicitor

If you are an immigration adviser at Level2+ and have a strong sense of justice, join the team.

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By Dmitri Macmillen
25 August 2023

Worker Interest Group's statement on leaving the 'Seasonal Worker Scheme Taskforce'

The Work Rights Centre has today decided to withdraw from the multi-stakeholder 'Seasonal Worker Scheme Taskforce'.

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By Olivia Vicol & Adis Sehic
14 August 2023

We’re recruiting a Community Research and Data Officer

We are looking for an ambitious researcher and data analyst to contribute to our efforts on documenting and exposing the risks of exploitation encountered by migrant workers under the employer-sponsorship regime.

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By Kasia Figiel
31 July 2023

Amendments to the EU Settlement Scheme: what are they and what do they mean for EU citizens and their family members?

On 17 July 2023, the government published a 'Statement of changes to the immigration rules'. It affects several key areas of immigration policy, including the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).

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By Dmitri Macmillen
28 July 2023

Work Rights Centre submits written evidence to the Migration Advisory Committee's Seasonal Worker visa inquiry

Today, the Work Rights Centre has submitted written evidence to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) in relation to its inquiry of the Seasonal Worker (SW) visa.

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By Adis Sehic & Olivia Vicol
26 July 2023

A strategy for migrant worker welfare

We are launching a four year project to document the exploitation of migrant workers, and press the government to adopt a Migrant Worker Welfare Strategy

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By Adis Sehic and Dora-Olivia Vicol
25 July 2023

We are recruiting a Senior Communications Officer

The Work Rights Centre is looking for an expert storyteller, to grow the profile of the charity and achieve our strategic objectives.

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By Olivia Vicol
14 July 2023

Do the Statutory Maternity Pay rules discriminate against low-paid, pregnant workers?

In this blog post, we look at why the rules on SMP in this context are not just unfair, but how they are potentially discriminatory to pregnant workers in lower paid jobs.

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By Adis Sehic and Sarmila Bose
30 May 2023

Everything you need to know about the Employment Rights Advice and Support for Underserved London Communities programme

The GLA has commissioned the Work Rights Centre to provide services which aim to increase underserved communities' access to appropriate and high-quality employment advice.

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By Emma McClelland and Raewyn Jones
04 April 2023

Work Rights Centre co-signs letter calling for government review of Seasonal Worker Visa Scheme

A total of 19 organisations and academics have published a public letter calling on the government to take urgent action to address the risks of the Seasonal Worker Visa Scheme

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By Emma McClelland, Adis Sehic
28 March 2023

We're recruiting a Finance Manager

The Work Rights Centre is looking for a Finance Manager to join our ambitious and fast-growing team.

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By Kasia Figiel
21 March 2023

How will announcements made in the Budget affect migrants and disadvantaged Britons?

On Wednesday 15 March, Jeremy Hunt, the current Chancellor, made his Budget announcement against a backdrop of still-high inflation and a cost-of-living crisis that shows few signs of abating.

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By Emma McClelland
17 March 2023

We're recruiting an Operations Assistant (Parental Leave Cover)

The Work Rights Centre is looking for an Operations Assistant (12 months FTC) to join our ambitious and fast-growing team.

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By Kasia Figiel
13 March 2023

International Women’s Day: why we need equity to end precarity

Today is International Women's Day, a globally recognised event that puts women's achievements - and the hurdles they must jump to realise them - into the spotlight.

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By Emma McClelland
08 March 2023

One year on: the experiences and expectations of a service provider supporting Ukrainian refugees

The news on the morning of 24 February 2022 came as a bombshell for me, as it did for millions of people around the world with Ukrainian roots.

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By Andrei Savitski
24 February 2023

One year on: reflections on advising Ukrainian nationals and their family members

Our Head of Immigration, Dmitri Macmillen, shares his perspective on the UK's response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine

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By Dmitri Macmillen
20 February 2023

We're recruiting a Romanian-speaking Service Provider

The Work Rights Centre is looking for a Romanian speaking Service Provider to join our ambitious and fast-growing team

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By Emma McClelland
10 February 2023

Ukrainians and family members of Ukrainians: we want to hear from you

We are running a survey to provide the Work Rights Centre and other stakeholders with a better understanding of the issue of in-country application delays for Ukrainians and their family members, and the impact these delays have on applicants and those they are supporting.

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By Dmitri Macmillen
31 January 2023

Ukraine: new research identifies pressures facing local authorities in the UK

Highlighting the experiences of local authorities through a series of interviews, our latest report identifies a multitude of pressures facing councils in dealing with the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and the knock on effects this is having for Ukrainians in the UK.

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By Adis Sehic and Olivia Vicol
10 January 2023

Reflections on DLUHC's Home for Ukraine Scheme funding update

The government has announced a new package of funding to support the implementation of the Homes for Ukraine Scheme. Although this move is welcomed, there is more work to be done to fine tune the government's response to the crisis in Ukraine.

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By Dmitri Macmillen and Adis Sehic
16 December 2022

We're recruiting a UKR/RU speaking Service Provider

We're recruiting a Ukrainian and/or Russian speaking service provider to join our passionate team of frontline advisers

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By Dmitri Macmillen
11 November 2022

Managing stress in the workplace

In this blog post Raluca Enescu, our Manchester Service Provision & Evaluation Manager, shares some valuable advice for anyone experiencing stress as a result of work.

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By Raluca Enescu
09 November 2022

The face of modern protest: how Guy Fawkes became a symbol of social justice

These days, Bonfire Night - or Guy Fawkes Day - is mostly about getting together with friends and family around a big bonfire to eat toffee apples and watch fireworks. But there's much more to this annual event.

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By Emma McClelland and Dora-Olivia Vicol
05 November 2022

Real horror stories

Last week we parodied a series of scary movies on social media to draw attention to the systemic issues preventing people, especially low-paid migrants, from accessing their rights.

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By Emma McClelland
31 October 2022

Make mental health and wellbeing a priority for everyone

Today is World Mental Health Day, so we're taking the opportunity to share some advice and resources for those who may find themselves struggling.

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By Emma McClelland
10 October 2022

We’re recruiting Trustees

The Work Rights Centre is looking to widen its Board of Trustees. If you share our commitment to supporting migrants to access employment justice and improve their social mobility, and you trust your ability to govern with grace, we want to hear from you.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
06 October 2022

Benefits must rise in line with inflation. Here’s why.

The Prime Minister's reluctance to rule out real-terms benefits cuts has troubled anti-poverty organisations, including our own. Failing to uprate benefits in line with the cost of living will push thousands of people into financial turmoil.

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By Emma McClelland and Olivia Vicol
04 October 2022

UK’s Ukrainian refugee population at risk of homelessness

Drawing on real-life case studies and a survey of 191 Ukrainians, our latest report finds that without urgent government action, Ukrainian refugees face a real risk of homelessness this winter.

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By Olivia Vicol and Emma McClelland
27 September 2022

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: the pride in who we are "defines our present and our future"

On Thursday 8th September, Queen Elizabeth II passed away, surrounded by family, at Balmoral. As Britain's longest-serving monarch, she provided a connection to the country's past and an anchor to the present.

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By Emma McClelland and Olivia Vicol
09 September 2022

Migrants and taxes: why fiscal inclusion matters

How do migrants in the UK understand and navigate the tax system? What barriers exist when it comes to engaging with it? And why is fiscal inclusion so fundamentally important?

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By Emma McClelland
02 September 2022

Fellow Ukrainians: we want to hear from you

The war in Ukraine is the biggest humanitarian crisis Europe has seen since WWII. We're starting a research project to better understand the needs of the Ukrainian community, and how to support them in the UK.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
26 August 2022

We're recruiting an Interim CEO (maternity cover)

The Work Rights Centre is seeking an Interim CEO to guide our small but ambitious team in fulfilling the charity mission while our permanent CEO is on maternity leave. 

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By Kasia Figiel
26 August 2022

We’re recruiting a Head of Immigration

The Work Rights Centre is looking for a Head of Immigration to join our ambitious and fast-growing team. As one of few organisations with Russian – Ukrainian speaking staff, we’re at the forefront of the UK’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. We’re looking for an expert colleague to lead this important immigration work with grit and grace.

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By Olivia Vicol
05 August 2022

We're recruiting an Employment Solicitor

We're looking for a confident employment solicitor to join our multilingual team of caseworkers full time.

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By Olivia Vicol
05 August 2022

A year since the EUSS deadline, many EU citizens are still in limbo

One year on from the EUSS deadline, issues still hinder EU nationals

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By Emma McClelland and Olivia Vicol
30 June 2022

Seasonal Work after the War in Ukraine

In this briefing, we examine Home Office entry clearance statistics, and what the numbers mean for stakeholders engaged in preventing labour exploitation

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By Olivia Vicol and Andrei Savitski
18 June 2022

Food poverty is getting worse. Where is the government's long-term plan to ensure food security?

Today is World Hunger Day. Founded by The Hunger Project in 2011, it is designed to call attention to the global food crisis.

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By Emma McClelland
28 May 2022

Work Rights Centre introduces free Universal Credit Eligibility Tool

For many people, Universal Credit is a bewildering system. We have developed a free and confidential tool, accessible on our website, designed to simplify access to Universal Credit.

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By Emma McClelland
27 May 2022

We're recruiting a RU/UKR speaking Service Provider

We're looking for a Russian or Ukrainian speaking colleague to join our ambitious team of service providers, and lead on work with the Ukrainian community at this important moment in time.

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By Lora Tabakova
13 May 2022

We're hiring a Policy and Research Officer

If you have a real passion for justice, trust your research skills, and want to use the power of evidence to affect policy change, this one is for you.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
06 May 2022

EUSS digital-only status remains an issue for 2 in 5 EU citizens

Months after the EUSS deadline closed, the digital-only status remains a problem for a significant minority of EU citizens. This blog post highlights why digital literacy remains a national challenge.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
05 May 2022

Work Rights Centre's Labour Day Wish List

May 1st is Labour Day, an annual occasion to recognise the achievements of workers and demand better working conditions and pay. In this post, four members of the WoRC team share their thoughts on the challenges still facing workers today.

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By Emma McClelland
01 May 2022

We're hiring a Finance and Operations Officer

The Work Rights Centre is looking for a Finance and Operations Officer to join our friendly team.

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By Kasia Figiel
28 March 2022

Spring Statement 2022: Universal Credit claimants hanging by a thread

In his Spring Statement to the House of Commons, the Chancellor of the Exchequer promised to help working families. But, by overlooking benefits claimants, he fails to help those struggling to get by.

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By Emma McClelland and Olivia Vicol
24 March 2022

The war in Ukraine is the biggest humanitarian crisis since WWII. It's time the UK offers a humanitarian response

In the immediate aftermath of tragedy - the first few frozen minutes, the hours that pass like seconds - there is little room for reflection. On 24th February 2022, as Russian military forces launched a devastating attack on Ukraine, individuals, organisations and governments around the world mobilised to prioritise and tackle the most urgent humanitarian challenges.

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By Olivia Vicol, Emma McClelland
08 March 2022

Weed out exploitation: how to protect seasonal migrant workers labouring on British farms

All of the incidents in this story have been recalled to us by seasonal workers. Over the past year, we’ve supported 26 agricultural workers.

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By Olivia Vicol, Emma McClelland, Andrei Savitski
28 February 2022

We are recruiting trustees

If you have a real passion for justice, share our vision of a world where everyone has access to decent work, social security, and security of immigration status, we want to hear from you.

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By Olivia Vicol
02 February 2022

The DWP's suspension of Universal Credit claims must stop. This is why.

In this piece, we explore the issue of ongoing Universal Credit suspensions and the impact they have on people's lives

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By Emma McClelland and Olivia Vicol
01 February 2022

The Work Rights Centre is looking for new volunteers

Is social justice a subject close to your heart? Are you looking to make a real difference in people's lives? We'd love to hear from you!

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By Luca Pace
31 January 2022

For some people, it's Blue Monday every day

Mental health struggles, from our perspective, are not a seasonal trend. They are the result of work that is insecure and isolating.

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By Emma McClelland
17 January 2022

2021: A Year of Milestone Moments and Challenging Cases

It’s been a packed year for charities supporting EEA nationals and their families. In this post, the Work Rights Centre team reflect on their most important moments and cases during the past 12 months

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By Emma McClelland
18 December 2021

Fratila: the Supreme Court Judgement presents benefits claimants and advisers with a new challenge

Campaigners for equality respond to the Supreme Court ruling that the government is free to discriminate against EU benefit claimants with pre-settled status

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By Olivia Vicol and Emma McClelland
15 December 2021

The Naughty List: A Christmas Campaign from the Work Rights Centre

While some people are full of festive cheer, others are stuck in work that brings them zero joy. So, this Christmas, we're encouraging you to join our campaign to send a message to bad employers and encourage workers who need help to reach out.

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By Emma McClelland
01 December 2021

We are hiring an employment solicitor

We're looking for a confident employment solicitor to join our multilingual team of caseworkers for 3 days a week.

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By Olivia Vicol
10 November 2021

Small rises in National Minimum Wage can’t stave off the cost of living

In his autumn address to the House of Commons, Chancellor Rishi Sunak increased the National Living Wage. But with inflation expected to rise, energy prices soaring and a cut to Universal Credit, this budget looks set to fall short of addressing Britain's poverty crisis

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By Olivia Vicol
26 October 2021

London Challenge Poverty Week

As London Challenge Poverty Week begins, we're examining what happens when precarious employment, migration status and a miserly welfare system collide

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By Emma McClelland
11 October 2021

The Employer Checking Service Needs Fixing

The Home Office expects employers to check the right to work of all EU, EEA, and Swiss nationals. But half a million applications are pending and its own system is not fit for purpose. This briefing explains the faults and what it takes to fix them.

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By Emma McClelland
06 September 2021

'Lives on Hold'

Our new report documents the issues faced by EU nationals and their families after the EUSS deadline.

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By Emma McClelland
25 August 2021

We're hiring a Romanian-speaking adviser

We're looking for a Romanian-speaking colleague to join our London service provision team full time. Apply by the 08th of August 2021.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
20 July 2021

In Conversation: The EU Settlement Scheme

The litmus test of EUSS success will be the ability of EU citizens to live and work normally from 1st July

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By Emma McClelland
08 June 2021

Pride 2021: A Month to Celebrate and Reflect

June is Pride Month, an opportunity to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and defend their rights

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By Emma McClelland
05 June 2021

Citizens safe: the app that puts citizens in control of their government accounts

Public services are increasingly moving online, leaving thousands of people who struggle with digital literacy behind. We're launching an app development project that will fix this.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
20 May 2021

Work Rights Centre and Settled join forces as EU Settlement Scheme deadline looms

The Work Rights Centre, along with Settled, have partnered to raise awareness of the EUSS and to support vulnerable EU nationals with their applications.

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By Emma McClelland
11 May 2021

Thrown Under the Brexit Bus: The Hidden Consequences of the EUSS

Statistics show that, so far, 5.2 million EUSS applications have been made. Of those, at least 45,500 were refused and 54,100 deemed ‘invalid’. And while the number of overall applications seems positive, the picture is not as rosy on closer inspection.

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By Emma McClelland
10 May 2021

We're hiring a Polish-speaking adviser

We're looking for a Polish-speaking colleague to join our London service provision team for two days a week. Apply by the 18th of April 2021.

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By Olivia Vicol
06 April 2021

Year of Covid

From 01 March 2020 to 10 March 2021, we saw over 1,000 new cases. This is almost double our previous case load. Read our Year of Covid report, to discover what we've learnt about the vulnerabilities of migrant workers in the low paid sector, and what we and the Government can do to address them.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
31 March 2021

IWD: We stand with women

In aid of International Women’s Day, our team shared their thoughts on some of these challenges, along with the ways in which they work to level the playing field for women.

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By Emma McClelland
08 March 2021

Budget 2021 - A terrible blow to the un(der) employed

With furlough and the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme (SEISS) extended to the end of September, the Chancellor’s Spring Budget is good news for people who are already in secure employment or running a business. But for the 6 million people who rely on Universal Credit (UC), the Chancellor’s decision to end the £20/week uplift in September is a tragedy.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
05 March 2021

To protect hard hit migrant workers, the budget must centre recovery on livelihoods

On the 3rd of March the Chancellor is due to make one of the most anticipated budget statements in recent years. Covid-19 has been hard on migrant workers. To heal the scars, the Chancellor will need to extend support schemes that protect the most vulnerable, and realise that recovery is not just about lifting lockdown, but livelihoods.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
22 February 2021

The Brexit transition: what it means for EU nationals' access to social security in the UK

In this article we look at what the end of the Brexit transition means for EU nationals' access to social security, why applying to the EU Settlement Scheme is key, and who is at risk of falling through the cracks

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By Olivia Vicol
05 January 2021

We are hiring a Senior Communications Officer

We are looking for an expert stortyteller to join our team for 15h a week, and grow our supporter base.

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By Olivia Vicol
04 January 2021

Living in the UK when NINOs are suspended

NINO allocations are suspended for EU nationals. Learn more about your rights, and how to fight it.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
05 December 2020

WoRC is hiring in Manchester!

We are looking for a motivated candidate with a passion for justice, to join our team in Manchester.

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By Dora-Olivia Vicol
06 June 2020

WoRC attends: Romanian roundtable with Deputy Mayor of London

Our Development manager attends the first roundtable with the Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, to discuss the impact of settled status, the Immigration Bill, and integration.

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By Adina Maglan
07 April 2019

WoRC volunteers: London Is Open – Volunteering for the Mayor of London’s campaign to support European Londoners secure their status in the UK

Volunteering for the Mayor of London’s campaign to support European Londoners secure their status in the UK

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By Adina Maglan
05 April 2019

WoRC launches an animated introduction to Employment Rights

Work Rights Centre launches the UK’s first comprehensive introduction to employment rights. Narrated in English with subtitles in 21 languages, the 3-minute sends one clear message: everyone has the right to work that is fair, safe, and that pays.

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By Zac Downs
08 October 2018

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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By Dasha Vodchic
06 April 2018