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  1. INVITATION: Community Legal Training – No Recourse to Public Funds – Thursday 1st February 2018

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    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 February 2018 between 9.30am and 1pm, Tottenham based Wilsons Solicitors will be delivering community legal training on how to help people with ‘No Recourse to Public Funds‘ restrictions (because of their immigration status). 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

  2. Community Legal Training – Dealing with Section 21 Evictions

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    On Thursday the 7th of September 2017, we were very grateful to Dada Felja and David Thomas from Law for Life, for running excellent Community Legal Training on ‘Helping People to deal with s21 eviction notices‘ as part of our Northumberland Park Partnership Board project.

    Following the training, the following materials are available to download free of charge:

    1. Dada and David from Law for Life’s powerpoint presentation.
    2. A link to Law for Life’s Information Guide: ‘How to deal with Section 21 eviction Notices’
    3. The Government’s guidance note on ‘Retaliatory Evictions’.
    4. A leaflet with details of the Street Link service, which assists street homeless people.