21 May 2015, The Guardian, by Paul Farrell
Julia Steward’s legal clients are queuing out the door well before she arrives at the office. It’s not really the kind of office you’d expect. Babies are crying, children are running around, and families are gathering to eat and talk.
This is what legal aid services have become for the Refugee Advice and Casework Service (Racs). The community legal centre has been running on a shoestring since the refugee legal assistance sector lost most government funding in March 2014. Continue reading here.