Please note that JCWI’s name and logo must not be used by its members for publicity on websites or on any marketing materials. This includes letterheads, business cards and websites. We thank our members for respecting this.

Is JCWI a regulatory body?

No, JCWI is not a regulatory organisation, such as the Law Society, the Bar Council and the OISC. Membership is not a form of accreditation or certification.

What does JCWI membership mean?

JCWI is an independent charity. Like many other organisations, such as the National Trust, the RSPCA or Amnesty International, interested members of the public, and organisations with an interest in our work can join us as ‘members’ for a small fee or donation as part of supporting the vision of a fairer, more open Britain. Members can attend and participate in events such as our Annual General Meeting.

Practitioner and organisation members of JCWI are also able access discounts on our training programme

Questions and contact

If you have any questions about the use of JCWI's name or logo please contact [email protected]