Have you been a victim of discrimination?
Dorset Race Equality Council (DREC) provides support to local citizens on discrimination cases.
DREC offers support to those reporting harassment and victimisation, including hate crimes regarding race and religion.
How Dorset Race Equality Council Works
The DREC will gather as much information as possible about your case and offer advice and information. Then they will plan a course of action in collaboration with you, being careful to manage your expectations. If necessary, they will also attend meetings, act as advocate or mediate on your behalf.
The DREC work in collaboration with other agencies such as the Police Service in cases of hate crime. You may be referred to other services where other advice needs are identified.
To Get in Touch
Contact DREC on 01202 392954 for:
- phone support on discrimination cases
- a referral regarding direct help including information and advice, support, mediation and advocacy
You can be seen either at DREC which is based in Boscombe or by arrangement at your local Citizen’s Advice office.
For more information see the Dorset Race Equality Council website: http://www.dorsetrec.org.uk/