The Equality Advisory Service (EAS) is a UK-based advice service that provides information and advice on discrimination and human rights issues. The service is free and confidential and is available to anyone who feels that they have been discriminated against or have experienced human rights violations.
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The EAS can be helpful if you have a legal problem as they can advise you with information and advice on your legal rights. They can help you understand the different types of discrimination and how the law protects you against them. They also offer guidance on how to take action to address discrimination or human rights violations.
If, for example, you feel that you have been discriminated against at work, the EAS can provide information on your rights as an employee and what steps you can take to address the issue. They can also advise on other issues like education, healthcare, and housing.
The EAS can also provide practical assistance such as helping you fill out forms, draft legal documents, and prepare evidence for your case. They may also be able to refer you to other organisations or legal services that can provide further assistance.
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