Providing information about law-related issues is an important part of the work of government and the third sector. There is increasing recognition of the need to do it well, but there has been very little guidance or resources available to help. The resources on this website aim to fill this gap, and to stimulate debate on the best ways to produce this type of information so that we can all learn from each other.
Thanks to Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and the Ministry of Justice for funding this work.
We all agree that information for the public on law-related issues must be accurate, up-to-date, and in plain English. But it has to be more than that. This page explains what we mean by 'better information'.
This section of the site is intended to help with the practicalities of creating and updating information about law-related issues. It is concerned with the techniques involved in designing and delivering individual information...
Our brain-friendly training course is designed to enable you to produce effective information for the public on rights and legal issues. This is an essential course for anyone who commisions, writes or edits information for the...
Advicenow offers a flexible information consultancy service to provide as much or little help and support as you need. We have a wealth of experience working with different organisations. How can we help you?
The CCS is a 'content classification scheme' designed to help you store or display information for the public on rights and legal issues. Here we explain how it works and how it can benefit your organisation and your users.