Equality and human rights helpline for advisers

The Commission is providing a service for the advice sector, solicitors, other organisations that support individuals with their problems, trade unions, and ombudsman schemes.

  • do you work with people who may have been discriminated against? 
  • are you unsure whether someone might be able to make a complaint about a human rights issue? 
  • have you been asked to help with a discrimination or human rights issue? Do you want to talk through a case?

Experts at the Commission are available to help.

We offer a telephone-based support service. 

Contact EHRC Adviser Support

England: 0161 829 8190

Scotland: 0141 228 5990

Wales: 029 2044 7790

The service is available within core office hours.

Let us know if you require reasonable adjustments to access the service.

Resources

We have pulled together links to our current materials and other selected sources in one place.

EHRC Adviser Support: resources

Help for individuals

This is a service for the advice sector. Individual members of the public should contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).

EASS is completely independent of the Commission.

Tell us how we can help

Complete our short survey to tell us what you want from EHRC Adviser Support. We want to find out whether you expect you will use the helpline service, what you want from it, and whether the online resources are helpful.

Complete the survey

Accessibility

If you require reasonable adjustments to access EHRC Adviser Support, you can email us:

England: Englandadvisersupport@equalityhumanrights.com

Scotland: Scotlandadvisersupport@equalityhumanrights.com

Wales: Walesadvisersupport@equalityhumanrights.com

Please note that we cannot accept bundles of documents, or the personal details of the individual you are advising.

BSL users can access SignVideo.

Last updated: 18 May 2018