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  1. 18 May 2015

    The Fraser of Allander Institute (FoAI) has researched the economic benefits of CAB advice for every CAB member in Scotland. This evidence shows clearly how local CAB reduce costs at all levels of government and how they support jobs and put money back into the local and national economy.

  2. 11 May 2015

    An exciting opportunity has arisen with IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) as Director to work on establishing an office in Scotland (Edinburgh)

  3. 7 May 2015

    With the Fair Enough?  national campaign period now officially over, a Report Card has been produced by the CAS Community Action Team (CAT). It stands as both an update on the impact Fair Enough?  has so far had, and a thank you to bureaux across Scotland, more of whom undertook extra action than in any previous campaign, continuing an upward trend.

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  4. 30 Apr 2015

    CAS has submitted evidence to the Welfare Reform Committee's inquiry on women and welfare reform. This submission is based on a comprehensive analysis of client profile data from people who visited citizens advice bureaux in Scotland over a one month period (November 2014). It also based on evidence and case studies from bureaux which show the impact that different welfare reforms have had so far for people in Scotland.

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