"Our vision is of London being home to Central and Eastern European (CEE) migrants where they can make choices about their families, work and homes, and live fulfilled lives as respected members of local communities. Our mission is supporting CEE migrants who experience poverty, exploitation and social exclusion in order to help them to make choices about their lives and realize their potential as equal members of communities."

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Director of Labour Market Enforcement

Yesterday we met with sir David Metcalf, the Director of Labour Market Enforcement to discuss the new enforcement strategy of his office. The meeting was organised by the Labour Exploitation Advisory Group which is maintained by Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX). It was an opportunity for us to have a say in DLME consultation and […]

Free Permanent Residency workshops for Romanians, Polish and Bulgarians

We are organising a series of events for our Polish, Romanian and Bulgarian communities in Brent, part of the Brent Eastern European Fair on the 17th of June. Knowing that Eastern Europeans are keen to find out more about securing their status in the UK after Brexit, our workshops will be on permanent residency and British […]

Free Permanent Residency workshop for Romanian speakers

We are organising a new workshop on permanent residency and British Citizenship for the Romanian community. The workshop will take place on 13th of June, at Romanian Cultural Centre, London  ( Manchester Square, 18 Fitzhardinge Street, London W1H 6EQ), from 18:30. To reserve a place, please contact voice@eerc.org.uk.  

Free Permanent Residency workshop for Polish speakers

We are happy to invite you to another permanent workshop – on the 6th of June, from 7  – 9 pm at POSK.  During the two hours, we will go through the application process and eligibility and we will also have some time for questions.  To book a place, please contact ula@eerc.org.uk or call 020 8741 1288.

We are working towards becoming the 3rd party reporting site for hate crime

On 29 March 2017 we met with the government representatives, TellMAMA and Community Safety Trust who have been helping us to become a third party reporting site for hate crimes committed against Poles and other Eastern Europeans in London and the UK. We are committed to join the government, the civil society organisations and the criminal […]

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Survey – Eastern Europeans in London. We want to hear from you!

The East European Resource Centre is currently seeking to better understand the needs of London-based Eastern European workers, whether they are in the construction industry, nursing, social care, catering or other fields of work. We are considering expanding the range of services we offer and as part of this expansion, we are sending this survey […]

What is bogus self-employment?

Part of our mission here at Eastern European Resource Centre is to make people aware of their rights at work, to make sure that our clients are in legal employment and that they are not being exploited at work. Many of the most disadvantaged Eastern Europeans are unaware of the difference between self employed or […]

What does it mean to be an Eastern European Londoner today? Meeting with Matthew Ryder, the deputy mayor of London

On 2 August 2017 we met with Matthew Ryder, the deputy mayor of London in charge of social integration, social mobility and community engagement. The meeting was held in the Polish Centre and attended by a group of representatives from Polish organisations ranging from old and established to very young. The intention of Mr Ryder had […]

One year after the referendum. Where are we now?

Exactly one year ago Britain had one of the most important votes in it’s history, the Brexit referendum. As the results started to come in, divided reactions portrayed a divided country. Immediately after the results, we observed a significant rise in hate crime against Eastern European nationals, Polish people in particular. Although there haven’t been any major […]