Law Centres defend the legal rights of people who cannot afford a lawyer. They are specialists working in their local communities to uphold justice and advance equality.

Watch the story of Sandra and Robert, who married and settled in the UK with the help of Chesterfield Law Centre.

Watch the story of Jason, who overcame his heroin addiction and found the confidence to apply for work again after volunteering at a Law Centre.

Watch the story of Andrew, who was reunited with his mother after Hammersmith and Fulham Law Centre used groundbreaking DNA evidence.

Watch the story of Maureen, who was inspired to become a lawyer after her Law Centre helped her campaign with the council to make her estate safe to live in.

Watch the story of Maureen, who was inspired to become a lawyer after her Law Centre helped her campaign with the council to make her estate safe to live in.

Barrister Ben Amunwa explains what the 'Gig Economy' is, what it looks like in practice and whom it benefits.

For the full course manual, please visit: http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/lcn-s-work/human-rights-and-discrimination-project.

Barrister Ben Amunwa explains who is considered a 'worker' in the context of the so-called Gig Economy.

For the full course manual, please visit: http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/lcn-s-work/human-rights-and-discrimination-project.

Barrister Ben Amunwa explains the difference between being self-employed and being a gig economy worker, and how that affects the way people's rights can be protected.

For the full course manual, please visit: http://www.lawcentres.org.uk/lcn-s-work/human-rights-and-discrimination-project.

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