25 November 2020
Our submission highlights that children who already faced a higher risk of poverty have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic and will be particularly vulnerable during economic recession. Rising child poverty places high costs on society as a whole. It should therefore be of the utmost priority that families with children are able to easily access adequate financial support.
16 November 2020
The Independent Review of Administrative Law (IRAL) panel recently invited the submission of evidence on how well or effectively judicial review balances the legitimate interest in citizens being able to challenge the lawfulness of executive action with the role of the executive in carrying on the business of government, both locally and centrally.
Our response emphasises the important role of judicial review in ensuring good governance and that decisions which affect some of the most vulnerable members of society are made in compliance with basic standards of good administrative decision making.
20 October 2020
The Scottish Campaign on Rights to Social Security submission to the inquiry on the role of Scottish social security in Covid-19 recovery.
28 February 2020
Our response to the Scottish Government's consultation on Housing to 2040 highlights the role housing can play in tackling child poverty and the interaction between social security and people's ability to pay their housing costs.
06 February 2020
CPAG in Scotland's submission to the Scottish Commission on Social Security's consultation on draft regulation for Disability Assistance for Children and Young People (DACYP).
18 December 2019
Our response to the Scottish Government's consultation on out of school care.
24 October 2019
CPAG in Scotland's submission to the Social Security Committee's inquiry into benefit take-up.
03 September 2019
Our response to the Scottish Affairs Committee's inquiry into the impact of welfare reform in Scotland.
22 August 2019
CPAG in Scotland responded to this consultation to highlight the need to consider social security policy alongside housing policy
21 August 2019
CPAG in Scotland responded to the Scottish Government's consultation on improving temporary accommodation standards to highlight the need to incorporate the impact of social security changes into guidance on the standards.