HLC hosted an Open Afternoon & Reception on the 20th August 2019 for all stakeholders so as to relaunch its services and update on the impact of limited funding has had on the current status of Law Centers generally but more specifically HLC. It is important that HLC be responsive to the current financial climate and consider a new model in order to survive and strive for sustainability. HLC’s current funders are very supportive and are guiding on ways to secure new and additional funding as well as facilitating partnerships. The event was well received and attended. The speakers at the event were The Mayor of Haringey, Cllr S. Peacock; Mr Alastair Collett (representing City of London Solicitors); Cllr Ruth Gordon; Poppy Thomas (Commissioning Officer, Housing Related Support- LBH); Mrs O. Walter (Chairperson of HLC).
Thanks to funding from the Northumberland Park Partnership Board (NPPB), Haringey Law Centre is delighted to be able to invite you to our next Community Legal Training Session (delivered in partnership with the The Selby Trust).
On Thursday the 1st of March 2018 between 9.30am and 1pm, Haringey Law Centre, in partnership with Hackney Community Law Centre, will be delivering community legal training on how to represent people at Disability Benefits Appeals. The session will be held at the Selby Centre, Selby Road, Tottenham, N17 8JL.
The training is aimed at Haringey based “intermediary” organisations working with or supporting at least one person/client/family living in the Northumberland Park ward area. Examples of “intermediary” organisations are: tenants’ support organisations, refugee groups, faith organisations, women’s support groups, local community groups, mental health workers, local advice agency staff and volunteers, local councillors and so on.
Please find below a flyer with more information on how to book your place.You can also download a printable version of the flyer HERE.