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Policy and Government

At CAP we don’t want to just treat the symptoms of poverty; we also want to address the causes. That’s why we’re working tirelessly behind the scenes to shape and influence the policies that affect our clients. It means we get to speak on behalf of the vulnerable to the people with the power to change their lives. And our voice is growing louder.

Industry professionals seek our opinion on current issues, and our recommendations get heard in Parliament. Change is happening. Below are some of the ways in which we are fighting for justice amongst the country’s key decision-makers.

CAP welcomes a proposed self-exclusion mechanism for online gamblers

calendar31 October 2014

Problem gambling can cause significant financial hardship and is one of the dependencies that CAP Release Groups are seeking to tackle. Read CAP's response to the Gambling Commission to support the proposed introduction of an online ‘one-stop shop’ self-exclusion mechanism.

Read the full document here

Financial Capability Strategy for the UK

calendar24 October 2014

The Money Advice Service is consulting on their strategy to improve financial capability in the UK. This strategy aims to optimise financial wellbeing through enabling and encouraging positive financial behaviours. CAP is pleased to support the strategy’s development, and is already actively pursuing this aim, as the largest face-to-face provider of financial education in the UK and a key debt management provider.

Read the full document here

The Insolvency Service’s call for evidence on Insolvency Proceedings

calendar09 October 2014

CAP's official response to the Insolvency Service’s recent call for evidence on debt relief orders (DROs) and the bankruptcy petition limit. This follows our report 'Too Poor to go Bankrupt' in which you can read CAP's key recommendations to improve existing insolvency proceedings.

 

Read the full document here

Too poor to go bankrupt

calendar21 September 2014

We estimate that over 300,000 people in the UK are too poor to go bankrupt. This report outlines the problems faced by CAP's insolvency clients and our proposed change, which would create a solution to poverty and unmanageable debt for 465 people a day.

Read the full document here

Child Poverty Strategy 2014-2017

calendar09 May 2014

Christians Against Poverty's response to the Child Poverty Strategy 2014-2017: Consultation.

Read the full document here
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Other and previous reports:

Never just a number The case for fairshare Setting the pace Offline and shut out The poor pay more Client report 2016 Client report 2015 Client report 2014 Client report 2013

Introducing CAP's External Affairs team

Meet the team representing CAP and building relationships in the credit and debt advice industries, as well as the third sector and with the Government:

Dawn Stobart
Director of External Affairs

Rachel Gregory
Social Policy and Relationship Manager

Kiri Saunders
External Communications Manager

Jonathan Shaw
Creditor Relationship Manager

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