In 2018, the UK government announced a new crack down on illegal lending for the first time ever Northern Ireland (NI). This work focused on an educational campaign to raise awareness of the support available for vulnerable communities in relation to illegal lending.
Advice NI, Housing Rights and the Law Centre (NI) today (Friday 30th November 2018) launched a joint report which highlights the approaching 2020 ‘cliff edge’ when funding for the mitigation package agreed as part of the Fresh Start Agreement in 2015 is due to expire.
Supporting people aged 55+ to go online and access their rights and entitlements
Building Resilience in Retirement Project Report
The Executive must do more to tackle the damaging and dangerous levels of payday and illegal lending in Northern Ireland, according to a report produced by NICVA and Advice NI.
This paper aims to explore the issues and provide a basis for further discussion of the growth of food banks in NI.
27th April 2018
Universal Credit in Northern Ireland: Punishing the Self-Employed
Money Advice Support Programme Evaluation Report 2014
Advice NI has become increasingly concerned about the impact of benefit sanctions as applied by Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) decision makers based on information relating to claimants participation on the Steps to Success employment programme.
Draft Policy for Developing Advocacy Services - A Guide for Commissioners, Mental Capacity Legislation Unit, DHSSPS
Advice NI Manifesto 2011
Social Action Plan - Research on Helping Customers to Avoid/Manage Debt
Turning the Tide - The Growth of Foodbanks in Northern Ireland
Tax Credits: Undisclosed Partner Interventions
The Big Idea: Putting People First
Analysis of Training Provision in the Voluntary Legal Advice Sector
What’s Special About ‘Specialist’ Advice?
Crunch Times at the Frontline