Putting your head above the parapet can feel frightening and lonely – but you don’t need to do it alone. Whether you’ve witnessed wrongdoing in the workplace, or you’re personally dealing with a legal or social care challenge, we can offer free advice, support and, where appropriate, advocate on your behalf.
We understand that taking that first step is daunting – we hear you because we’ve been there. Our founder, Nevres Kemal, blew the whistle on Haringey Council prior to Baby P’s tragic death. It was a brave and difficult thing to do, but, ultimately, something Nevres couldn’t stay silent about.
With this in mind, we want to make sure that anyone considering speaking out has the appropriate support and guidance to do so. If that’s you, please reach out to us as soon as possible.
Our social care and legal expertise, combined with our experience in supporting survivors of domestic abuse, means that we are also well-placed to support women who are dealing with the impact of leaving an abusive partner or the implications of social care matters such as child contact orders.
We will listen, advise, challenge, support, advocate and signpost – but we will never judge.
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