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  1. Albert Kennedy Trust

    AKT supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment. We aim to meet the individual needs of each young person and ensure we get them back on track in life.

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  2. Asylum Aid

    Asylum Aid was founded in 1990 to provide desperately-needed legal representation to those fleeing persecution abroad. We have provided legal advice to more than 30,000 people in the last twenty years, and we are committed to continuing this work.

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  3. Black Women's Rape Action Project

    Founded in 1991 by Black women to run services and campaigns, we focus on winning justice for women of colour and immigrant women who have survived rape, racist attacks and other violence.

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  4. Cafe Palestina

    Café Palestina is based in Camden, North London. We are open daily, serving Palestinian mezze, freshly ground coffee & homemade cakes. We stock a wide range of authentic Palestinian produce, gifts & specialty food. We sell authentic produce imported straight from Palestine, including handmade pottery, glassware & crafts. We host weekly Palestine-themed film screenings, supper clubs and regular community events! We are a Social Enterprise (reg. Community Interest Company) supporting the work of human rights charity; Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association (UK reg. 11127170).

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  5. Camden Abu Dis Friendship Association

    CADFA works in the UK to promote awareness about the human rights situation in Palestine. We work with young people, women and others and organise many creative exchanges, visits and volunteering opportunities between people in the two countries as well as workshops, events and teaching materials for use here. We support Dar Assadaqa centre in Abu Dis and twinning clubs and Arabic classes in Camden.

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  6. Camden Community and Police Consultative Group

    Camden Community and Police Consultative Group run projects to ensure the neighbourhood where you live and work are safe. Every ward in Camden has a dedicated team of officers whose sole responsibility is to tackle crime and disorder in your area. Safer Neighbourhood Teams hold regular drop-in sessions in which members of the public can discuss issues directly and in confidence. They work in partnership with Kentish Town and Holborn Police Station.

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  7. Camden Community Law Centre

    Camden Community Law Centre is a registered charity serving local residents of the London Borough of Camden. The organisation also provides disability advice.

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  8. Camden DIP

    We instil the aspiration that everyone can change, and we don’t want people to depend on us any longer than they have to.

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  9. Citizens Advice Camden ( Regents Park location)

    Citizens Advice Camden is a charity that provides advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. Please note that these services are only available to people who live, work or study full-time in Camden. Opening times at our Regents Park location are from 1 pm - 6 pm on Tuesday's, from 10 am - 2 pm on Wednesdays and from 10 am - 12 noon on Thursdays. If you want to contact us about matters other than advice please email us here: AdminNoAdviceGiven@camdencabservice.org.uk Or write to: Head Office Citizens Advice Camden 88-91 Troutbeck Albany Street London NW1 4EJ

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  10. Citizens Advice Camden (Kentish Town location)

    Citizens Advice Camden is a charity that provides advice to people on their rights and responsibilities. Please note that these services are only available to people who live, work or study full-time Camden. Our office opening hours at our Kentish Town location are from 10 am - 1 pm on Mondays and from 10 am - 1 pm on Fridays. If you want to contact us about matters other than advice please email us here: AdminNoAdviceGiven@camdencabservice.org.uk Or write to: Head Office Citizens Advice Camden 88-91 Troutbeck Albany Street London NW1 4EJ

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  11. Dialogue (previously known as Camden Mediation Service)

    We recognise that while conflict can create difficult situations, tackling it is an opportunity to create real and lasting change. We provide mediation services for separated parents and for couples who are divorcing or dissolving a civil partnership. We also work to help improve society’s understanding and use of mediation. Founded in 1994, we have 22 years’ experience of supporting people in conflict. Our mission is to support people in conflict to find their own solutions through dialogue.

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  12. Freedom from Torture ( previously known as Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture )

    Freedom from Torture (previously known as The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) provides therapeutic care for survivors of torture in the UK. Since it was established in 1985, over 52,000 people have been referred to the organisation for help. Freedom from Torture provides medical and psychological documentation of torture, a range of therapies, including psychotherapy, individual and family counselling, physiotherapy and complementary therapies and group work as well as practical advice and support.

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  13. Greater London Pensioners Association (GLPA)

    An organisation set up to campaign for pensioners rights, for example with regards to pensions and health provision.

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  14. Groundwell Network Support UK

    Groundswell is a registered charity which exists to enable homeless and vulnerable people to take more control of their lives, have a greater influence on services and to play a fuller role in our community.

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  15. Iranian & Kursish Women's Rights Organisation

    IKWRO’s mission is to protect Middle Eastern and Afghan women and girls who are at risk of ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, child marriage, female genital mutilation and domestic violence and to promote their rights. We provide direct services for women and girls, including advocacy, training and counselling. We also provide advice and support to professionals from bodies such as the police, social services and schools to help them to understand issues affecting minority ethnic women and we campaign for better laws and their effective implementation as well as for appropriate resources to uphold the rights of women and girls and ensure their safety.

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  16. Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants

    Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants (JCWI) is an independent national charity which exists to campaign for justice in immigration, nationality and refugee law and policy.

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  17. Latin American House

    Latin American House (formerly known as Latin American Association) was established in 1983 and is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. They aim to provide space and support for Latin Americans, Spanish and Portuguese speakers in London as well as for other communities in the local area of Kilburn where they are based. Latin American House provide Legal and Social Advice on family, employment and immigration and benefits, a children's nursery and other community learning such as computer and English classes.

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  18. Legal Action for Women

    Legal Action for Women (LAW) is a grassroots anti-sexist, anti-racist legal service for all women based at the Crossroads Women’s Centres in London, England and San Francisco, USA.

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  19. Mencap

    Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.

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  20. Middle Eastern Women and Society Organisation (MEWS group)

    This organisation was established in 2010 with the aim of overcoming the isolation of vulnerable women who suffered from domestic and honour-related violence. Since then it has been working in the local communities all over London to forge networks of female refugees, to enable them to become friends, share experiences and advice and support each other to beat isolation. With the establishment of welfare, health care, counselling and befriending services, MEWSo was able to provide these displaced women the support that the public local services could not.

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  21. Oromo Women Association UK

    The purpose of OWA UK is to promote, preserve and protect the physical and mental health of Oromo women by seeking to advance education about female genital mutilation, domestic violence and stereotypes and to advocate ending the bad practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

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  22. Simon Community

    The Community was founded by Anton Wallich-Clifford in 1963 and is a registered charity. Anton's vision for Simon was to reach out to homeless people, to be a movement of concern and by working as a community, to offer a radical alternative to institutional care. Services include Tea Runs and Soup Runs, where people are offered food and clothes, Music Tuesday, which involves keyboard tuition and singing, Street Cafes, where people have the opportunity to socialise, play chess, read the newspaper and also have a meal. Please check the website for the venues and times of these activities.

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  23. Solace Women's Aid

    An independent charity working across London, providing life-saving support to women and children survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Services in Camden include supporting families and children, a North London Rape Crisis Service, supporting refugees, including helping them find accommodation, helping women aged over 55 years who have experienced domestic and sexual violence, counselling, advice, helping the Irish traveller community and training to clinical and non clinical staff in GP surgeries so they respond safely to people who have experienced domestic and sexual violence.

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  24. Somali Youth Development Resource Centre

    Somali Youth Development Resource Centre (SYDRC) was established in September 2000 as a federation of 5 main Somali organisations in the London Borough of Camden.

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  25. Swains Lane Residents and Neighbourhood Watch Association

    Group of 90 households concerned with traffic and development proposals. Also liaise with police on crime. Meet as and when required.

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  26. The Greater London Forum for Older People

    The Greater London Forum for Older People (GLF) was formed in 1988. The GLF is a voluntary organisation and the umbrella group for older people’s Forums and Groups across the 32 London Boroughs and the City of London.

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  27. The Refugee Council

    The Refugee Council is one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives. We also speak up for refugees using our direct work as an evidence base, and ensure refugees have a stronger and more influential voice in decisions that will affect them. We work with a range of partners and in collaboration to ensure we can best support our clients.

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  28. Unity Welfare Education Centre

    THE ORGANISATION RUN THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES: RUNS PRAYER SESSIONS INCLUDING FRIDAY PRAYERS, ISLAMIC EDUCATION CLASSES, HOMEWORK TUITION CLASSES, SUPPLEMENTARY EDUCATION AND PROVIDES ADVICE AND INFORMATION ON ISSUES SUCH AS ISLAMIC SHARIA LAW.

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  29. Women Against Rape

    Grassroots multi-racial women's group founded in 1976. Offers support, legal advocacy and information to women and girls who have been raped or sexually assaulted. Supports survivors when they report to the police, seek protection from further attacks, or are preparing for court; applying for compensation; or claiming asylum from rape.

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  30. Zimbabwe Community Association

    The Zimbabwe Community Association (ZCA) is a registered charity whose primary purpose is to improve the quality of life for Zimbabweans in the United Kingdom.

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