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Children's Legal Centre

Description:

Coram Children's Legal Centre provides free legal information, advice and representation to children, young people, their families, carers and professionals, as well as international consultancy on child law and children’s rights.  For over 30 years, CCLC has helped thousands of children and young people through telephone advice lines, online information and individual case work. We offer expertise in all areas of family, child and education law, as well as immigration, asylum and nationality law, including:

  • Domestic violence
  • Child protection
  • School admissions

Part of the Coram group of charities, CCLC is staffed by lawyers and professionals with expertise in child, family, education and human rights law.

Coram Children's Legal Centre provides free factsheets and online search assistant or telephone facilities to talk with an adviser.

The telephone advice line - 0808 802 0008 - is staffed from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday and a voicemail service is available outside these hours.

Venue Details

Address:
University Of Essex
Wivenhoe Park
Colchester
Essex
Postcode:
CO4 3SQ
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Contact Details

Name:
Children's Legal Centre
Telephone:
Helpline - 0808 802 0008
Email:
clc@essex.ac.uk
Website
www.childrenslegalcentre.com

Additional Information

Notes:

Aims and Objectives:The Children's Legal Centre has six core aims and objectives:To promote and uphold children's rights within the context of UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the European Convention on Human Rights in the UK and internationally. To monitor and develop law, policy and practice concerning children and young people, to inform and influence policy makers and the general public. To improve access to justice through legal advice, information and representation for children, young people and adults working on their behalf. To publish a monthly journal and a range of legal guides on child law policy and practice. To carry out research in the field of child law to assist policy reform and the application of law relating to children. To provide technical expertise and training programmes to states, IGO's, NGO's and UN agencies.


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