Harrow Council for Justice
a campaigning national organisation - promoting the principle of 'different but equal'

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    Our positions
  • people are not blind to colour in a colour conscious society
  • racism affects black and white people both but differently
  • racial harassment is anti human rights - more than hate crime
  • equal opportunity is to practise 'different but equal'
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The Freedom of Information (FOI) Act: The FOI gives the right to ask any public body for the information they have on any subject.  The information is usually provided within 20 working days.

The information can be requested:

• in Braille
• in audio format
• in large type
• translated into another language

Public sector bodies covered include:

• government departments and local assemblies
• local authorities and councils
• health trusts, hospitals and doctors’ surgeries
• schools, colleges and universities
• publicly funded museums
• the police
• non-departmental public bodies, committees and advisory bodies

As an example, we have asked the London Mayor for the information about the procedures to appoint LFEPA (London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority) members. Mayor has responded!
   

Headlines

NHS - Dr Foster Hospital Guide

Immigrants to create extra households?

Student unrest over fee

Twinning - Harrow's situation

Housing benefit cuts – onslaught on
  vulnerable - HCJ draws attention to the
  plight of vulnerable and inner city communities

Re-claiming the 'inner cities'

Comprehensive Spending Review
  - its impact on different but equally important   groups of people

The HCJ is not under the influence of any political party nor it is in the business of promoting councillors or other elected representatives but it shares its analysis of socio-political and economic situations with voters to help them to make well informed democratic choices.

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