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Third Party Reporting Centre for Hate Crime

by Eastern European Welfare Association - EWA

About our activities / service

Accessibility details Fully accessible.
Opening hours 9 am to 5 pm

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Our organisation has been approved by the West Midlands Police as a third party reporting centre for hate crime related incidents. If you have witnessed or personally been victimized based on your - disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or transgender identity (protected characteristics) then you can report this incident with us at our school. As a hate crime third party reporting centre we serve our local community in providing a safe space for people to come and report any hate related incidents that they have experienced directly or witnessed. We will support you by reporting the matter to the police, explain to you what hate crime is, and provide you with a safe space where you can share your thoughts and feelings. The service is provided in both English and Polish.

Staff qualifications The staff are qualified to deliver the services of European Welfare's Association in accordance with the organisation's code of practice. All advisors hold Level 2 Qualification in Advice and Guidance. We have qualified mediators, legal interpreters, teachers and therapists.
Genders All
Age focus 16 year olds, 17 year olds, 18 year olds, 19-25 year olds, 26-65 year olds, 65+ year olds

About the organisation

European's Welfare Association is a non-for profit community interest organisation (social enterprise CIC) focused on supporting migrants in areas of education (in ESOL, Polish on KS1, GCSE, A Levels enabling them to communication in both languages and enhance children’s identity), welfare (legal advice and support for most vulnerable European immigrants in U.K.), art and culture. Their main beneficiaries are newly arrived European nationals, who may be experiencing some level of social exclusion, unemployment, depravation and inequality. They aim to enhance their students’ academic prospects as well as to enabling first generation migrants to obtain better job opportunities and general integration in the diverse British society.

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