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In Need of a Handyman X ?

Need someone to do a few hours x work for you? Shop assistant Electrician Plummer Painter and decorator Gardener Window Cleaner Removal van and driver Airport transportation Wedding cakes and other cakes Events video shooting Entertainer to host your event Dress designer for your needs and taste Making a radio advertisement Website designer Read More>                                                                                                                           […]

Why our community must register to vote

Many of our people are disillusioned and despondent with the government of today and see little point in registering to vote. However, it is important to exercise your democratic right but to do this you must first be registered with your local council.   Are you also aware that if you are not on the electoral role, you will struggle to get credit […]

McKenzie Friend

What is a McKenzie friend? Anyone involved in a family law case in court is entitled to represent themselves in court and if they chose to do this, they are termed a litigant in person (L.I.P). A L.I.P may be accompanied by someone to help them and this person is called a, McKenzie friend, named […]

NSOCA in Birmingham

NSOCA met in Birmingham with their counterparts where a number of plans were discussed with regards to making more of the NSOCA’s services available to the Caribbean community in Birmingham. Presently, our main contribution in Birmingham is providing legal advice, assistance and representation to our community. During the meeting, NSOCA spokespersons discussed ways of implementing […]

Housing Matters

Do you have problems with rent arrears, housing disputes, welfare benefits, tribunal cases, making a will, or in need of representation in other legal matters? Under our community commitment service the NSOCA is obligated to serving you. Office telephone: 02077337337 or out of hours 07838002685 email: info@nsoca.org | www.nsoca.org

NSOCA Legal Sector family law update

Vulnerable children will be better protected by a more efficient family justice system that offers more support to parents and reduces delays. The Children and Families Act has been given Royal Assent today, meaning reforms which will put children firmly at the heart of the family justice system will be introduced as part of the […]

Urgent: Volunteers Wanted

The NSOCA is presently looking for voluntary workers who wish to occupy the position of area candidate. If you can give some of your time in favour of community development why not contact us and find out more information. t:0207 7337337 | e: info@nsoca.org | w: www.nsoca.org

Mediation can solve your problems

How mediation can help: We at NSOCA believe that family mediation helps families in conflict understand and communicate with each other better so that they can resolve issues and make practical plans for the future. Bernadette MacDonald-Raggett is one of our legal advisers at NSOCA, she is a trained mediator and understands the problems of family […]

The NSOCA provides mentoring for serving prisoners

The NSOCA’S prison mentoring focus group have now started to operate in some prisons with a high percentage of Black offenders, giving an opportunity and platform for offenders to be heard and helped on their journey back into the community. The prison mentoring focus group offers advice on how offenders can use their time wisely by learning new skills and escaping the gang […]