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Advice and support about discrimination and human rights
If you need expert information, advice and support on discrimination and human rights issues and the applicable law, especially if you need more help than advice agencies and other local organisations can provide, please contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).
Please note: EASS is completely independent of the Commission.
Phone: 0808 800 0082
Textphone: 0808 800 0084
You can email using the contact form on the EASS website.
Also available through the website are BSL interpretation, web chat services and a contact us form.
9am to 7pm Monday to Friday
10am to 2pm Saturday
closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays
If you would like to find out more about our role and work please take a look around our website or contact us through the online form on our general enquiries page, or write to us at:
The Arndale Centre
If your enquiry requires a response, we usually aim to reply within 20 working days. However due to current staffing levels it may take us longer to reply than usual. We apologise for this, and hope you will bear with us.
Freedom of Information requests
Data Protection Act requests
Please note: The Commission does not provide advice on discrimination or human rights matters. The telephone numbers below are not helplines. Please contact the Equality Advisory Support Service (contact details above) if you need advice or information on discrimination or human rights matters.
Arndale House, The Arndale Centre, Manchester, M4 3AQ (map)
Telephone: 0161 829 8100
Fax: 0161 829 8110
Fleetbank House, 2-6 Salisbury Square, London EC4Y 8JX (map)
Telephone: 020 7832 7800
Fax: 020 7832 7801
Block 1, Spur D, Government Buildings, St Agnes Rd, Gabalfa, Cardiff CF14 4YJ (map)
We welcome correspondence in Welsh. We will respond to it in Welsh. Corresponding in Welsh will not lead to delay.
Telephone: 02920 447710 (We welcome phone calls in Welsh)
Fax: 02920 447712
151 West George Street, Glasgow G2 2JJ (map)
Telephone: 0141 228 5910
The telephone numbers above are not helplines. Please contact the Equality Advisory Support Service (contact details above) if you need advice or information on discrimination or human rights matters.
British Sign Language Users:
The Commission regularly reviews its services and considers opportunities to provide improved and consistent standards.
In order to deliver to the widest range of stakeholders, we have now contracted one of the most advanced telecommunications services to ensure Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users can contact us on an equitable basis to hearing stakeholders, for further information and to use the SignVideo BSL service.
Last updated: 22 Nov 2018