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Rights of Women

Contact Details

Address:

52-54 Featherstone Street London
EC1Y 8RT

Telephone:

020 7251 6575

Rights of Women is a womens' voluntary organisation. The service is committed to informing, educating and empowering women concerning their legal rights.It specialises in providing information about family law, divorce and relationship breakdown, children and contact issues, domestic violence, sexual violence, discrimination and lesbian parenting as well as immigration and asylum and trafficking.

Provides FREE confidential legal advice covering the following topics:
FAMILY LAW advice line for advice on issues including: domestic violence and abuse,
relationship breakdown, issues relating to children, including parental responsibility,
child contact and residence. If you are calling in London TEL 020 7608 1137.
Phone times: Mondays between 11am-1pm, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between 2pm-4pm.
If you are calling outside of London TEL 020 7251 6577.
Phone times Monday-Thursday 7pm-9pm and Fridays between 12noon-2pm.
CRIMINAL LAW advice line for advice on issues including: sexual offences, domestic
violence and harassment, the rights of victims, witnesses and defendants,
criminal injuries compensation. If you are calling in London TEL: 020 7608 1137.
Phone times: Thursdays between 2pm-4pm. If you are calling outside of London
TEL 020 7251 8887. Phone times Tuesdays between 11am-1pm.

IMMIGRATION and ASYLUM LAW advice line for advice on issues including: the rights of European Economic Area (EEA) nationals and their family members, claiming asylum in the UK, trafficking, domestic violence and immigration law, no recourse to public funds. TEL: 020 7490 7689. Phone times: Mondays between 2pm-4pm and Wednesdays between 11am-1pmRights of Women also offers: TRAINING: For organisations on issues concerning womens rights and the law. POLICY: Guidance for policy makers, and work to put womens rights on the public policy agenda.PUBLICATIONS: Information about womens rights through several publications which include handbooks and information sheets on key issues of family law, and women and the law. An advice line flyer can be downloaded from the website above. Printed copies can be requested using the email address above.

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