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Understanding current disability-related benefits in the welfare system

A free half-day capacity building seminar from 4in10 


Friday 27th May 2016, 10.00am to 1.00pm

Child Poverty Action Group, 30 Micawber Street, London N1

640,000 people could be affected by changes to Personal Independent Payment (PIP). These changes are one aspect of a wider raft of changes to the welfare system that have been taking place since 2010.  Joining us will be welfare advisors from Child Poverty Action Group to explore the latest changes to disability-related benefits and exploring how best to support clients.


How the New Mayor of London can address child poverty: Recommendations from 4in10.

This briefing provides recommendations for the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, in tackling child poverty in London. 4in10 outline concrete steps the Mayor and GLA can take to address issues around housing, childcare, health, transport, schools, and working families in the capital. Download the briefing here.

Do you have clients affected by the benefit cap?

As part of an ongoing campaign against the benefit cap, Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) is looking for families affected by the cap. 
The benefit cap for families with children is currently £26,000. The Welfare Reform and Work Act 2016 will lower this cap in Autumn 2016 to £20,000, and £23,000 in London.

CEPAG are interested to hear from single mothers in London who have been affected by the benefit cap. 

If you know of a possible case, please complete the test case referral form including the following information:

- The amount of shortfall in rent
- What kind of housing the family live in
- Whether they applied for a discretionary housing payment and if so, if it was granted or refused

By bringing test cases, CPAG aims to improve the interpretation of the law so it promotes the rights of claimants - in particular families with children.

The families can stay anonymous, and would only need to give us information about their situation. CPAG are happy to talk through what would be involved with families and/or advisors. 

Please send the referral form back to

 Working  to End Child Poverty In London

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