We aim to improve organisations and working life through better employment relations. We help with employment relations by supplying up-to-date information, independent advice, deal with disputes between employee and employer.
Adinkra Arts Collective is a multi-media social enterprise organisation based in the UK. They have undertaken projects in Ethiopia, Zanzibar and London. The work collectively with like-minded individuals and organisations, working collectively, for the betterment of African-centred creativity and commerce. Adrinka Arts Collective host local events, including film screenings, and have volunteering opportunities.
Advising London provide help, support and advice in the areas of housing, debt, benefits, consumer, employment and immigration.
Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) is a regsitered charity founded in 1996 with the aim of supporting and empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to access to the resources necessary for the improvement of their health, education and other life opportunities.
Anjel 2000 care services across London for the vulnerable and elderly. We have a track record of providing a friendly and professional service, which all parties can benefit from. Our main key goals are to ensure that our clients feel a strong sense of dignity and have a member of staff which they can feel entrusted with.
AT EASE is an unincorporated voluntary group offering free services to members of the Armed Forces.
Our vision is to create supportive pathways towards social inclusion for inner city families. This happens through integrated educational and training programmes for women and girls that generate solutions which consider the unity of the whole person. We offer training, education, skills and opportunities for professional and personal development to women and young people.
BBO (Building Better Opportunities) Women at the Centre is an individualised employability programme for hard-to-reach women. Set up to assist women from 16-65+ from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, the programme will take the participants through a structured journey of individualised, culturally sensitive and multi-lingual support.
Bede Centre is a place where people with learning disabilities can learn new skills, make friends, and help other people.
The Bermondsey Community Kitchen is a social networking enterprise that helps local unemployed 16 to 24-year-olds gain a relevant level 2 professional cookery City & Guilds Diploma, with the view of gaining full time work in the catering industry.
Our mission at the Beyond Food Foundation is to inspire people who are at risk of or have experienced homelessness to gain meaningful employment.
Children's centres provide advice and support for parents and carers. Their services are available to you from pregnancy right through to when your child goes into reception class at primary school.
Blackfriars Settlement is a registered charity providing services to the community. They offer a wide range of services and activities, supporting people to achieve their goals and improve their wellbeing.
Bonded Thru Cancer support people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Their main aim is to serve those who have been diagnosed with cancer and their families with a Buddy System, so that people never feel alone during their hospital appointments. Bonded Thru Cancer currently work with people who are undergoing cancer treatment at Kings College Hospital. Volunteer Buddies meet people at the hospital and support them through their treatment that day.
Refugees seeking work can face significant barriers. Breaking Barriers work with refugees in the UK to break these barriers down and help them find meaningful employment.They offer employability training, work experience and job opportunities.
Throughout the UK, people are getting together to make a difference in their community. The Conservation Volunteers' Community Network already supports several thousand local groups. Why not join them? We offer all you need to make your work safe, effective and enjoyable.
Everyone deserves a right to an education. We offer educational and inspiring activities which work for you on your terms.
We offer free access to high quality, independent and expert legal services to the most vulnerable people in our community.
Cambridge House is a charity and social action centre based in Southwark. Their youth empowerment programme offers long term support to young people aged 16-25.
Community Support Southwark is managed by The Camden Society. Their vision is for a society in which people with a learning disability live their lives to their full potential, free from discrimination. Whether you live on your own or with family, or already have other help, they can work with you to plan your activities at the Riverside Centre, out and about in the community or at home. The Camden society will listen to you and help you get support to fit with your personal budget, as agreed with the council.