Know your rights
It’s never been more important to know your rights. That’s why the Free Legal Advice Centre at Toynbee Hall with help from our partners have produced a series of videos and guides to help you know your rights.
If you have experienced racial discrimination, domestic abuse, family, housing, employment issues, or anything else, these videos and guides can empower you to understand and act upon your rights.
These help guides and videos can help you with a range of legal issues. If you wish to speak to an advisor, please complete this form.
Stop and Search: Know Your Rights
Clayden’s interview about his experiences of being stopped and searchedDownload File
Complaining about a stop and searchDownload File
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We would like to thank:
The Bank of New York Mellon for their pro bono support in helping Toynbee Hall’s Free Legal Advice Centre undertake this legal education project. We would like to thank them for helping us create the Filling in a schedule of loss after unfair dismissal guide to help members of the community with their rights in regard to unfair dismissal, thereby empowering them to understand and exercise their legal rights.
Bloomberg’s Legal and Compliance department for their support and in particular, we would like to thank Detelina Milanova-Zlatareva for helping us create the Rent Arrears: Contacting your landlord and Eviction: Rent Arrears – A checklist resources to help members of the community with their housing problems.
Howard Kennedy for their pro bono support in helping Toynbee Hall’s Free Legal Advice Centre undertake this legal education project. In particular, we would like to thank Jack Richards, Anjali Janani and Emma Richards for helping us create these Remote Hearing resources to help members of the community with their civil rights in regard to remote hearings during COVID-19.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP and their volunteers for their support of Toynbee Hall’s Free Legal Advice Centre, as well as our work to empower members of the community to understand and exercise their legal rights and tackle racial injustice.