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Welcome to the Inner City Resource Centre

The Inner City Resource Centre is a non-racial, non-sexist organization which was formed for the upliftment and development of the inner city residents irrespective of where you come from.

 

WHAT WE DO

We mobilize and provide education and information to people in regard to their human rights issues .

HOW DO WE DO OUR WORK?

We work by assisting members with legal advises, negotiating, marching and picketing to resolve matters. We refer litigation matters to Socio-Economic Rights Institute (SERI), Pro Bono.Org, the Legal Resource Centre (LRC) and work with other civil society organizations to support our cases.

WHAT DO I BENEFIT?

By joining the ICRC you will be assisted with legal advice if you are illegally evicted, if your water,electricity or other basic services are illegally cut off. You will also have opportunity to work as a unit with other people facing the same problem as yourself.

WHAT IS EXPECTED FROM ME AS A MEMBER?

All members of the ICRC are required to participate in activities of the organization when asked to do so. Activities can include marches, picketing, pamphleting, attending court cases and educational workshops.

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How We Can Help…

WE WON’T MOVE

The ICRC continues to fight for the rights of poor and challenges anyone who seeks to exploit us, as individuals and as a community.

  • Dispute between tenants and landlords.
  • Non-maintenance and high rentals.
  • Basic services [water and electricity].
  • Migrants issues.
  • Violence against women and children.
  • Access to schools,hospitals and justice.
  • Assisting people living with HIV/AIDS to have access to social grants.
  • Educating about climate change.
  • Encouraging tolerance and building social cohesion between locals and the migrants with special focus on women and children.
  • Educating local communities in the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.