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CPAG's response to annual poverty statistics

22 March 2018
Read our statement on the publication of the government's annual poverty statistics.

‘Time to deliver’ say child poverty campaigners as latest figures show one in four children still living in poverty

22 March 2018
Time to deliver’ say child poverty campaigners as latest figures show one in four children still living in poverty

LCC students create animations showing experience of poverty

19 March 2018
LCC students create animations showing experience of poverty

Free school meals and universal credit

05 February 2018
CPAG has responded to the government's consultation on setting an earnings threshold for eligibility to free school meals in universal credit. We believe that all children in families eligible for universal credit should continue to receive free school meals.

Can we put the 'poverty of aspiration' myth to bed now? New research briefing from the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships

18 December 2017
This briefing paper by Morag Treanor of CRFR uses responses from parents and children in the birth cohort study Growing Up in Scotland to dispel the myth of the ‘poverty of aspiration’ widely used in education and policy circles in Scotland and beyond.

New report: domestic violence and financial support

23 November 2017
Our new report, which draws on evidence from our advice work, outlines a problem some women have when they leave an abusive partner and need benefits to support their children.

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