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For help when you are being discriminated against:
- Discrimination– information from Citizens Advice
- Equality Advisory Service– specialist advice available
- Disability Law Service– legal help for disabled people suffering from discrimination
- Cambridgeshire Human Rights and Equality Support Service (CHESS) – helping those who are suffering from inequalities, discrimination, harassment or victimisation
- Equality and Human Rights Commission– promote and monitor human rights
For advice on bullying, exclusion and access to schools:
- Education– education information and resources from Citizens Advice
- ACE Education– for advice on bullying, exclusion and access
- Cambridgeshire County Council– the local education authority
- Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education(OIA) – for complaints against higher education institutions
- National Union of Students– information and advice on most educational and welfare issues affecting students in higher education
To find out about local and central government services, or to contact your local representatives:
For help and advice about health services:
- Healthcare– healthcare information from Citizens Advice
- NHS Choices– to find a doctor or dentist, or for general health advice
- Addenbrooke’s Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)– for questions and complaints about your hospital care
- Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group– find your local CCG here
- Age UK– advice for older people on health and well being
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