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Support clients and their families living with a disability

20 July 2020
Support your clients & their families living with a disability by booking one of our two online courses coming up in August

Places left for our Scottish social security - an overview training course

15 July 2020
This course, on 29 - 30 July gives an overview of which benefits have been and are to be devolved and delivered by Social Security Scotland.

Court of Appeal finds DWP's treatment of earnings under universal credit irrational in further victory for four single mothers

22 June 2020
This case successfully challenged the rigidity of the monthly assessment period regime under universal credit (UC) and the way that earned income is calculated for certain claimants.

The Cost of Learning in Lockdown - Cost of the School Day report released

22 June 2020
During May 3218 parents and carers, and 1074 children and young people responded to our Cost of the School Day survey

Latest Cost of the School Day ebulletin

15 June 2020
Applications opened for the best start grant in Scotland on 1 June, and now is a good time for families to make applications for the clothing grant and free school meals too - which can really help to reduce the cost of going back to school for those on low incomes. For information and advice on how to access these entitlements, see the latest Cost of the School Day ebulletin.

Online training courses in Scotland now available to book

09 June 2020
Browse and book now for a whole range of courses from June onwards

Five briefings about changes to benefits in Scotland

26 May 2020
Changes to benefits in Scotland due to coronavirus outbreak

Remembering John Veit-Wilson, last remaining founder member of CPAG

11 May 2020
We were very sad to learn that our longstanding friend and inspiration, John Veit-Wilson, died on 10 May. He was CPAG's last remaining founder member. John was a Trustee for many years and an intellectual power house on our policy committee. He will be sadly missed.

Can you help? Life under lockdown

05 May 2020
Surveys for families during school closures