Early Warning System in Scotland
The Early Warning System (EWS) was set up by CPAG in Scotland to collect and analyse case evidence about how changes in the benefit system are affecting the wellbeing of children, their families and the communities and services that support them.
We analyse queries made to our advice service, submissions from frontline workers, including welfare rights advisors, housing officers and support workers.
In partnership with Dr. Morag Treanor of the University of Edinburgh, we have also been working with a group of low income families over a number of years to gain an in-depth understanding of how poverty and benefit changes are affecting child and family wellbeing.
The cases and research are enabling us to develop and share our knowledge on the impact of changes to the benefit system and to identify how policies and services in Scotland can continue to contribute to delivery of better outcomes for children.
Read all our Early Warning System (Scotland) briefings
Go to policy briefings and consultation responses informed by Early Warning System evidence
Submit your cases
For further information about the Early Warning System findings or contributing case studies, please contact:
Tel: 0141 611 7091
This project is supported by Children, Young People & Families Early Intervention Fundervention Fund, managed on behalf of the Scottish Government by CORRA foundation.