British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA) advice on all domestic and international, arising in the course of the Department's work. This includes assisting Department principals and policy officers in formulating and implementing the foreign policies of the United Kingdom, and promoting the development of international and its institutions as a fundamental element of those policies. British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA) is organised to provide direct legal support to the Department of State's various bureaus, including both regional and geographic offices (those which focus on specific areas of the world) and functional offices (those which deal with specific subject matters such as economics and business, international environmental and scientific issues, or internal management).
Every year we help thousands of organizations across the UK to give better social welfare advice to their clients. British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA) is a charity and a Centre which provides assistance and representation to vulnerable people and those who would otherwise find it difficult to get. We have experience in areas that other solicitors don`t deal with. Our strong commitment to social justice means we believe everyone should have the right expert on their side when things go wrong. British Asians Welfare Association (BAWA) concentrate on the rights of people who are disadvantaged through mental illness, dementia, vulnerability resulting from youth or old age, poverty, debt, threatened homelessness, exclusion or any other reason. When we are not able to help an individual, we work with our partner organizations to make sure they get help elsewhere.
We focus on many aspects of the and human rights including:
- Housing and preventing homelessness
- Defended eviction and mortgage repossession cases
- Protecting the rights of asylum seekers, refugee and migrant women and young people
- Advice and representation for young people from abroad
- Rights relating to incapacity, mental health, dementia and acquired brain injury.
- Criminal Injuries Compensation, employment and social welfare.