This activity report describes the activities the Citizens Rights Project have carried out over in 2022 with funding from the Scottish Government, the Home Office, the Justice Together Initiative, the Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations, the People’s Postcode Trust and the Italian Comites.
Temporary welfare rights adviser
Temporary welfare rights adviser The Citizens Rights Project is a Scottish charity, which works to support and advise EU citizens in Scotland. We are currently undertaking a project which will produce and disseminate information to those communities about key welfare benefits, particularly the new Scottish social security benefits, and universal credit. We are seeking to employ a person to research and...
Your rights to get help from the local council if you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless
If you are homeless, or are at risk of becoming homeless, you can apply to your local council for help and assistance. Being “homeless” doesn’t only mean not having a roof over your head. Homeless means having somewhere which it is not reasonable for you to live in as your home. You might be living...
16/12/2020 | On-line event for EU citizens in Scotland with Scottish Government Minister for Migration
Find out more about the Scottish Government’s ‘Stay in Scotland’ programme at this free event.
2/11/2020 | Face to face support sessions in Scottish Borders
Together with our partners from Feniks, we are coming to Scottish Borders with free EUSS support for the first time since March!