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If you've experienced any form of discrimination in any of the following areas please contact us for some impartial advice and support.

Tell us about what happened...

If you’ve experienced or been a witness to discrimination, there’s always something you can do. When you report to EQuIP we can help, support and provide the advice you need about what happens next.

Where do you Live?
What category of discrimination do you think this incident was about? Please tick all that apply

Want to talk?

If you just want to talk, have a general question about discrimination or want to know more about EQuIP, you can always give us a call or send us an email.

07377 431 997

Our Process

What happens once you take action?

After you’ve made your report to us, a dedicated EQuIP officer will be in touch to talk about what happened to you, the support you’re entitled to, and the next steps available to you.

  • Once you get in touch the process begins

  • We’ll pre-assess you to determine your needs

  • We’ll allocate the right worker for your case

  • We’ll give you the necessary support you need

  • If required you’ll be referred to a legal team


What we do

How EQuIP can help you

Once you make contact, an EQuIP caseworker will take down your details and why you feel you have been discriminated against. We will assess your case and decide if you we are able to support you. If we can’t help, we will refer you to one of our partner agencies. If we’re able to support you, we may ask you to come into the office for a face-to-face meeting or meet at a location that you are comfortable with. You will be advised of our casework policy and procedure formally at this stage and you will be asked to sign a letter detailing what you can expect from EquIP and what we would like from you. We will keep you updated on all actions taken on your behalf as well as any updates on your case.


Our service is free. However, if you decide to take your case to trial or an Employment Tribunal, you will need to meet any potential costs incurred, such as Employment Tribunal fees or legal fees.

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