Facilities & Services:
Equality and Human Rights Commission challenges discrimination plus promote and protect the human rights. The vision of this commission is to provide every person respect and dignity so that everyone will get equal chance to become successful. In brief the Equality and Human Rights Commission focuses on strategic regulation, promotes good practice and standards, reliable centre of innovation and intelligence and become a trusted partner.
- Chair Commissioner
--- Deputy Chair Commissioner
The operational hours of the Equality and Human Rights Commission are from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm between Monday to Friday.
London Office, 3 More London Riverside, Tooley Street, London SE1 2RG, United Kingdom.
How to Contact:
Equality and Human Rights Commission can be contacted by dialling any of the two numbers mentioned below or writing an email on the address specified under.
Contact: +44 20 3117 0235
Fax: +44 203 117 0237
How to Get to Equality and Human Rights Commission:
London Bridge tube station is roughly 0.5 miles away from the London Office of Equality and Human Rights Commission. Patrons can cover this gap in 10 minutes by walk, if they head southeast on London Bridge Street towards Borough High Street/A3 and turn left onto Borough High Street/A3. This will lead them to another right turn onto Duke Street Hill/A200, from where continue to follow A200 then, turn left onto Weaver's Lane, the destination will be on the left. View Map
City Hall (Stop J) is the name of the nearest buys stop from London Office of Equality and Human Rights Commission. The distance between these two spots is near about 322 ft and bus user can cover it in 1 minute by walk. If they head out in the southeast on Tooley Street/A200 towards Weaver's Lane and turn left onto Weaver's Lane, the destination will be on the left. Bus numbers that have stops at City Hall (Stop J) are 47, 343, 381, N47, N381 and RV1.