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New national Cost of the School Day Parent Council Resource

19 November 2017
Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland (CPAG) and National Parent Forum for Scotland (NPFS) are delighted to launch a national Cost of the School Day resource for Parent Councils across Scotland.

Holyrood vote "hugely welcome step in fight to end child poverty," say campaigners

08 November 2017
The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland today (8/11/17) welcomed a unanimous Scottish Parliament vote putting ambitious targets to eradicate child poverty in law.

The Austerity Generation: promise of greater rewards from work broken under Universal Credit as families with children hardest hit by cuts

06 November 2017
The promise of greater rewards from work made to working families has been broken as a result of cuts to Universal Credit and tax credits, with losses reaching thousands of pounds in many cases, new analysis by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) and the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) shows.

Updated student factsheets

30 October 2017
We've updated the following factsheets

Join NHS Health Scotland’s Facing Up to Child Poverty in Schools Practice Network

19 October 2017
Are you working to address the cost barriers of school for children and their families in your local authority area? NHS Health Scotland's Practice Network provides opportunities for peer support, the exchange of good practice and national support around these issues.

'Dundee council sets up project to tackle hidden costs of going to school'

30 September 2017
Dundee Evening Telegraph report on Cost of the School Day Dundee from 30 September, 2017

Response to Social Security (Scotland) Bill

30 August 2017
Read our views here on the Social Security (Scotland) Bill in response to the Scottish Parliament Social Security Committee's Call for Evidence.

Give Me Five - child benefit top up campaign

30 August 2017
CPAG are members of the Give Me Five Campaign.

The Cost of a Child 2017

21 August 2017
Parents working full time on the ‘national living wage’ (NLW) are significantly short of the income needed to give children an acceptable minimum living standard – as defined by the public – and the shortfall will grow as inflation combines with the current freeze on benefits to put family budgets under new strain, CPAG's new report warns.

CPAG wins breakthrough case on access to tribunals

04 August 2017
The Upper Tribunal today declared the Government’s restrictions on access to the social security appeals system to be unlawful, in a test case brought by CPAG. The decision enhances and protects the appeal rights of the hundreds of thousands of benefit claimants who each year seek to challenge refusals of benefit.