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Response on breakfast clubs in Glasgow primary schools

13 May 2015
Read our response to the Glasgow City Council consultation on breakfast club provision in primary schools here.

CPAG in Scotland Response to Glasgow City Council Consultation on Breakfast Club Provision in Primary Schools

13 May 2015

Make work fair for parents and give children decent childhoods, say UNISON and CPAG

05 May 2015
CPAG and UNISON have joined together to call on political parties to lay out policies to tackle in-work poverty. The call comes following the release of our joint report Fair Work and Decent Childhoods – policies for those who work to live lives free of poverty.

Charities, unions and faith groups urge candidates to back new approach to welfare

28 April 2015
A coalition of over 60 of Scotland’s leading charities, unions and faith groups has written to all Scotland’s Westminster election candidates calling for dignity and respect to be placed back at the heart of the country’s social security system.

Charities, unions and faith groups urge candidates to back new approach to welfare

28 April 2015

Response to UK Budget 2015: ‘see no poverty, hear no poverty’

23 March 2015
Responding to the Chancellor’s Budget speech the Director of the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland, John Dickie, today said; “The chancellor made claim to a truly national recovery but this is a ‘see no poverty, hear no poverty’ Budget which continues to leave children in Scotland and across the UK behind. Read more.

CPAG in Scotland Response to UK Budget 2015: ‘see no poverty, hear no poverty’

23 March 2015

Universal credit roll out

17 March 2015

‘Huge concern’ over new severe poverty figures

16 March 2015

SCoWR response to Smith Commission Call for Evidence

03 February 2015