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  1. 25 Jun 2021

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has welcomed encouraging changes from the Scottish Government around adult disability payments, but is urging the government to go further to improve the payment for more disabled people by scrapping the 20 metre rule.

  2. 28 Dec 2020

    Growing numbers of people sought immigration advice from Scotland's Citizens Advice network towards the end of the year, new data shows.

  3. 18 Oct 2019

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has urged the Scottish and UK government to deliver better support for disabled people, as new research shows that more than one in four people (28 per cent) who visit a Scottish Citizens Advice Bureaux are unable to work due to ill health or disability.

  4. 8 Aug 2019

    Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has rolled out an extended telephone service to help EU, EEA and Swiss nationals stay in Scotland after Brexit.

  5. 14 May 2019

    Citizens Advice Scotland is pleased to announce that our network has received £749,480 in funding from the UK Government to provide advice for EU, EEA or Swiss citizens who need assistance when making an application for settled or pre-settled status to remain in the UK after Brexit.

  6. 15 Aug 2016

    HND Legal Services students from the New College Lanarkshire: Motherwell Campus have developed a legal guide for refugees, as part of a project in collaboration with the Crown Office’s Project Safe.

  7. 3 Oct 2014

    Thousands of sick and disabled Scots are being hit by another new benefit reform which is leaving many for months without money to pay for basics like food, fuel and housing – according to a new report by Citizens Advice Scotland.

  8. 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.  

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