• Managing transport exclusion


    The role of transport in shaping the experience of poverty for many families is also crucial, and can have knock on consequences for parental employment opportunities and children’s school outcomes. It is also an area that local authorities can have some influence over. For example, in Liverpool, the regional child poverty commission has been working closely with the local transport providers to address transport poverty.

  • London training venue


    CPAG training room N1

    All our London courses are held at our offices at the Angel, London N1 (except for conferences or when a course is provided 'in-house').

    Our specially designed training rooms are fully accessible for wheelchair users. They provide a pleasant and comfortable, climate controlled training environment.

  • Tribunal ruling on DLA entitlement for disabled refugee children


    CPAG welcomes the Upper Tribunal decision on disabled refugee children who up to now, have not been entitled to disability living allowance (DLA) until they have spent over two years in the UK. On 17 March 2016, Judge Kate Markus QC found that the current past presence test unjustifiably discriminates against refugees and their family members and should therefore be dis-applied.