Skilling Up for Justice aims to strengthen the workforce of the 70+ AdviceUK members serving minority ethnic communities and vulnerable migrants in London.
Here is some key information about the project and how you can get involved:
What is on offer and how do I express an interest?
If you are an AdviceUK member working in London, and your organisation or advice service mainly supports minority ethnic communities and/or vulnerable migrants with free social welfare advice, you can:
Are there other ways to get involved?
Skilling Up for Justice is part of AdviceUK’s wider work to support and strengthen the advice sector workforce across the UK. Our Influencing and Engagement team are always looking for opportunities to work collaboratively with our members and other stakeholders. Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org – we would like to make contact and explore how we can work together.
Who is resourcing this work and what is the wider context?
London Legal Support Trust is resourcing this work over a 3-year period, as part of London Funders Propel Programme.AdviceUK members in London have told us about the issues they face with recruiting, training, retaining and developing the people they need. This funding enables us to work together to build workforce pathways tailored to minority ethnic and migrant communities. Other AdviceUK members are also being funded through Propel and you can find out more about their work.