Are you an individual seeking advice and support about a human rights issue?

If so the organisations listed can provide you with advice. Please do not contact BIHR as we are unable to provide advice and will direct you to one of the organisations listed here.
The Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS) provides advice services to individuals who think they may have experienced discrimination or their human rights have been breached.
The EASS helpline is open Monday to Friday 9am to 8pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm:
Freephone Telephone 0808 800 0082
Text phone 0808 800 0084
Liberty is a human rights organisation that runs a free human rights advice service for members of the public and voluntary organisations.
You can contact the Liberty helpline on 0203 145 0461 or 0845 123 2307 during the following hours:
Monday and Thursday: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Wednesday: 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm

If you require legal advice you may wish to contact the following organisations:
Citizens Advice provides free, independent and confidential legal advice, and can help you find a solicitor. To receive advice, contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB). You can find your local CAB using their website or by calling their advice line:
Wales 03444 77 20 20
England 03444 111 444
Calls to this service cost the same as calling 01 and 02 numbers
Law Centres provide a free and independent professional legal service to people who live or work in their area. You can find details of your nearest law centre via the Law Centres Federation website:
The Law Society has an online directory of law firms and solicitors. They do not provide legal advice themselves. You can contact them using the following details for help finding a lawyer:
Enquiry line: 0207 320 5650