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David Cameron's record on child poverty - our verdict

13 July 2016
David Cameron said 'nothing is really impossible if you put you mind to it' at his last PMQs today - sadly his legacy on child poverty demonstrates the effect of much talk, and little action.

What is welfare reform and how is it affecting families?

20 June 2016
Download our new resource for people who work with low-income families. To help you think about how changes to the benefit system affect the families that you work with and what you can do to help. The information in this booklet is based on findings from CPAG in Scotland’s Early Warning System.

Our submission on new life chances indicators

18 April 2016
Read our submission to the government on their new life chances indicators, which replace the current statutory child poverty measures.

The big warning in Unicef’s report on child wellbeing

18 April 2016
Unicef’s analysis of child wellbeing across the developed world, released today, is emphatic that increasing family incomes is a critical tool to boost children’s educational success, health and happiness. In saying this, it is issuing a pretty clear warning to the United Kingdom government that poverty-producing policies will deprive children of happy, healthy and secure childhoods.

Programme for Scottish Government 2016-2021

08 April 2016
The next Scottish Government will be confronted with an imminent rise in child poverty, with a projected 50% increase by 2020 largely driven by UK tax and benefit policies. With this in mind our programme for government sets out a range of measures aimed at prioritising the eradication of child poverty in Scotland and minimising its damaging effects on children, families, services and the country’s economy. Read CPAG in Scotland's Programme for Scottish Government 2016 - 2021 here.

Campaign update

24 February 2016
Government votes down Lords' amendment to keep proper reporting on child poverty.

“More can and must be done” campaigners respond to Scottish government annual report on child poverty

12 October 2015
Read John Dickie, Director or CPAG in Scotland's response to today’s publication of the Scottish Government’s Annual Report on Child Poverty.