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Cliff Edge NI Coalition launched

3rd May, 2019

Law Centre NI is part of a broad coalition of over 50 organisations concerned about the cessation of the current welfare reform mitigations in Northern Ireland (NI). Launched this week, the Cliff Edge NI Coalition aims

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OCN NI Level 3 Certificate in Generalist Advice

9th May, 2019

This OCN NI Level 3 Certificate in Generalist Advice qualification has been designed to...

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Essential Skills for Advisers: Using ESA case law

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MASTERCLASS: Universal Credit & Self-employed

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