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OUR WELFARE RIGHTS CONFERENCE IS GOING DIGITAL!

09 October 2020
​​​​​​​Welfare Rights Conference 2020 - Social Security in a Rapidly Changing World Our annual Welfare Rights Conference is moving online for 2020 and going virtual during the week of the 23rd November. With a selection of online workshops to choose from, exploring topics as diverse as Benefits after the end of Free Movement to Benefits and Covid-19, the event will provide practical, up-to-date information to help both advisers and their clients survive the impact of all the current circumstances and changes.

CPAG writes to PM - #DontZapTheZip

09 October 2020
CPAG and 22 other signatories have written a joint letter to the Prime Minister urging him to reconsider the proposed temporary suspension of free travel for under 18s in London. 

AskCPAG user feedback surveys

09 October 2020
If you currently use our AskCPAG platform or have attended any of our online training courses, we’d love to get your feedback on the platform and be in with the chance to win a £25 CPAG voucher.

Benefits for Students in Scotland Handbook for 2020/21

07 October 2020
The 18th edition is now published!

Care-experienced young people and the benefits system

07 October 2020
Book our half-day training course on 29 October, delivered online via Zoom

Social security in Scotland: 2021 and beyond

30 September 2020
Join SCORSS online event on Tuesday 6 October

Universal credit and students

29 September 2020
Book our online course on 6 - 7 Oct

Autumn online training programme

22 September 2020
As part of our commitment to help advisers stay informed and up-to-date during the current public health crisis, we are delighted to announce that we have just expanded our range of online training courses for Autumn 2020.

NEW: Universal credit: what you need to know - 6th edition

21 September 2020
Our best-selling title, Universal Credit: what you need to know - 6th edition is available for pre-order now.

Universal credit - what you need to know - 6th edition out now

21 September 2020
The publication of this sixth edition coincides with the coronavirus pandemic, which has resulted in many changes as well as increasing numbers of claimants