Lately, STN witnessed an increase in a number of people who face different forms of discrimination and injustice such as women face domestic violence and they are not entitled to public recourse because of their legal status, some also suffer from unfair treatment by their employers; landlords; homelessness, etc.
These vulnerable groups desperately need the provision of legal advice aid and assistance. STN aims to tackle unmet legal needs and we believe that everyone should access justice when other routes to justice are being closed off.
STN has now worked with a group of professional solicitors who specialise in immigration, housing, and others to help our beneficiaries who face problem with housing, immigration, domestic violence, welfare rights, and others.
Through this partnership and cross-referrals help us to provide specialist and independent legal advice, advocacy, mediation, and representation services to our local community to protect and ensure the positive health and well-being of residents, clients, partners, and all staff.
We offer high quality, personalised services that help our beneficiaries to achieve real improvements to their situations.
We will also have an appointed caseworker to provide essential specialist advice and other legal services with the help of dedicated volunteers.