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Consultation response

Response to draft DACYP regulations

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).

Response to Scottish Government consultation on out of school care

18 December 2019
Our response to the Scottish Government's consultation on out of school care.

Evidence for Social Security Committee on benefit take-up

24 October 2019
CPAG in Scotland's submission to the Social Security Committee's inquiry into benefit take-up.

Response to Scottish Affairs Committee into impact of welfare reform in Scotland

03 September 2019
Our response to the Scottish Affairs Committee's inquiry into the impact of welfare reform in Scotland.

Response to Pauline McNeil MSP's consultation on a proposed members bill regarding fair rents

22 August 2019
CPAG in Scotland responded to this consultation to highlight the need to consider social security policy alongside housing policy

Response to Scottish Government's consultation on temporary accommodation standards

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.

Response to Scottish Government consultation on Disability Assistance

08 July 2019
CPAG in Scotland's consultation response to Scottish Government proposals on Disability Assistance.

Response to Job Grant consultation

09 April 2019
CPAG in Scotland response to Scottish Government proposals on the Job Grant - a new benefit intended to support young people moving back into employment.

Response to consultation on the Young Carers Grant

06 February 2019
CPAG response to Scottish Government proposals to create a Young Carers Grant.

Evidence for the Social Security Committee's inquiry into universal credit and in-work poverty

27 November 2018
Universal credit was introduced with the promise of reducing poverty, simplifying the benefit system and incentivising work - however, CPAG in Scotland evidence provided to the Social Security Committee highlights that this not does appear to be the case.