Thanks to everyone who attended our conference hosted by Greenwich Council on 10 and 11 June 2021.
The notes are now available in the members area.
Not a NAWRA member? Read more about joining.
In April 2021, NAWRA clarified its membership policy.
Membership of NAWRA is only available to organisations with policies, procedures and mechanisms in place that ensure that their clients can rely on receiving a quality assured service. Please note that we are unable to offer membership to ‘independent’ welfare rights advisers or similar, including those offering ‘no win, no fee’ services. Fee-charging organisations are required to be a member of a regulatory body, give clear information about their fees and signpost potential clients to organisations offering free advice.
Please contact us with any queries.
Thanks to everyone who came along to our Spring NAWRA conference on 4 and 5 March 2021.
The slides by the speakers are now available in the members area of our website.
NAWRA will be meeting on Zoom on 4 and 5 March 2021.
Join us for a wide variety of conference sessions, a social event and a yoga class.
NAWRA conferences are free to attend and open to members only. Not a member? You can join us today.
Booking information has been emailed to members. Please contact us with any questions.
The conference is kindly sponsored by Big Book of Benefits
We are extremely saddened to announce that our North-West rep, Terry Patterson, passed away just before Christmas.
Terry was one of the driving forces behind NAWRA. He was a friend, a father, a comrade and a bloody good welfare rights worker.
He will be remembered fondly and hugely missed by many members and by all of us on the NAWRA committee. Rest in peace Terry.
On Mon 8 Feb, there will be an online event for all who knew Terry to remember him and celebrate his Welfare Rights work. Since we can’t get together at this time, the event will give us an opportunity to share memories of him and his work . It is free, of course, but you need to book in. To see details and book in go to A Tribute to Terry Patterson.
Greater Manchester Welfare Rights Advisers (GMWRAG) have also offered a heartfelt tribute on their website which you might also like to read.