The service is here to help those who are suffering from inequalities, discrimination, harassment or victimisation and infringements to their Human Rights in employment, getting a service, housing, education, healthcare, social welfare or issues with the police.
Aims to provide free help, advice, guidance, support and advocacy to individuals and families who are experiencing or have experienced discrimination, harassment or victimisation because of: Age, Disability, Gender Reassignment, Marriage and Civil Partnership, Pregnancy and Maternity, Race, Religion and Belief, Sex and Sexual Orientation and infringements to their human rights.
CHESS is a free, non-profit-making service of the Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum.
We can help with
Problems in the workplace
Issues with employers/employment agencies
Problems getting access to services such as housing, healthcare, education and social welfare
Issues with the police, courts or prison service
Issues with other organisations
Problems with other members of the public
CHESS as a service of CECF provides training for community members, voluntary organisations and Statutory bodies:
- Equality Act and Human Rights
- Equality Impact Assessments
Call us to discuss a tailored training package for your organisation.
We are here to help!
To book an appointment contact Samuel Budu through firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01223 655241 and we will get back to you a soon as possible.
16-18 Arbury Court
Tel: 01223 655241