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Policy and Government

At CAP, we have a vision to see an end to UK poverty. That’s why we’re working tirelessly behind the scenes to shape and influence the policies that affect our clients. Through campaigns, petitions, conversations and research, we’re able to speak up about the kind of positive change we want to see in this country. And change is happening.

By re-imagining structures and systems to be fairer and kinder, we can see lives transformed. Below are some of the recent ways we’ve been seeking justice and meaningful impacts from key decision makers.

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Why vulnerable young people need financial education

calendar04 November 2013

The All party group for Financial Education launched its latest report at an event in the House of Commons attended by young people, MPs and representatives from various organisations including Christians Against Poverty.

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Other and previous reports:

Client report 2021 Simplify the Solution A dark place Unlocking a new start Stacked against report Left destitute by debt Checking in Powerless People The Freedom Report Never just a number The case for fairshare Setting the pace Offline and shut out The poor pay more Client Report 2020 Client Report 2019 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:

Gareth McNab
Director of External Affairs

Rachel Gregory
Social Policy Manager

Jonathan Shaw
Relationship Manager

Paul Walmsley
Relationship Manager

Helen Webb
Relationship Manager

Mark Anchen
Relationship Manager