Katherine Gordon, Secretary of Citizens Advice Black Workers Group and Trustee of Citizens Advice Sandwell

The Citizens Advice Black Workers Group are launching a new project to record the history and contributions of BAME people at Citizens Advice.

How vlogging has opened up online communication for the Deaf community

Emma Wilkinson, Senior Employment Expert

Commons Justice Committee report finds that the introduction of employment tribunal fees has had a significant adverse impact on access to justice for claims with merit and recommends urgent reduction in fees

Joe Lavelle, Project Coordinator, North Liverpool Citizens Advice and Executive Committee Member, NLGBG

February is LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) History Month. This year’s theme is Religion, Belief and Philosophy.

Jo Chimes, Discrimination Advice Coordinator

Raising awareness of pregnancy discrimination and maternity rights, sharing some great new resources, and a Twitter Q and A on Thursday 8 October

Hugh Stickland, Chief Economist

Financial abuse is not often talked about. It can be difficult for partners to talk about money at the best of times. It is even harder when money becomes a source of control and abuse between perpetrator and victim. Too often, financial institutions fail to acknowledge financial abuse. In an objective, contractual arrangement between a…

Jo Chimes, Discrimination Advice Coordinator

How did the Fox and the Stork fable help the US Supreme Court to explain the principle of adverse impact in a landmark Civil Rights case, and how do they both help us to challenge discrimination today?  The case of Griggs vs Duke Power 1971 led to the introduction of legislation to challenge indirect discrimination…

Jo Chimes, Discrimination Advice Coordinator

As those of you who have read any of my blogs will know, in my work on discrimination advice at Citizens Advice, I have found inspiration and insight in some unlikely places. Few have been more surprising to me than my research on Enid Eichholz, who was born in Hampstead in 1903, and educated at…

Jo Chimes, Discrimination Advice Coordinator

On my way home from work, when I am idly looking out of the train window watching the sun set over the wide expanses of the river Stour, I am thinking about a Maori love song, about a US senator signing to his Deaf brother, about 1970’s comedy clips, about football campaigns, poetry, bus passengers,…