The CAB Service believes that no job applicant, worker, volunteer, or client should receive less favourable treatment than another on grounds of age, disability, gender, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation. There is no situation in which the CAB Service will discriminate unfairly. This ethos informs both our work with clients and our social policy activity.
14 Feb 2013
The Scottish Human Rights Commission is hosting an online discussion and participation event to encourage participation in forming Scotland’s first national Action Plan for Human Rights. Everyone with an interest in human rights protection and promotion in Scotland from health to housing, rights of disabled people and access to justice can take part, asking questions and sharing information that will help to form the National Action Plan.
Publication date: February 2012
A report into the effect of the migration from Incapacity Benefit to Employment Support Allowance on Scotland's claimants
Publication date: October 2009
Briefing which provides a summary of issues encounterd by clients applying for and/or claiming ESA.
Publication date: June 2009
Drowning in Debt briefing sheet which focuses on clients with ill health or disabilities.
Publication date: October 2008
Briefing sheet which outlines the key findings of the Continental Drift report on A8 migrant workers and their advice needs.