Current inquiry: Poverty-related stigma
In January 2022, the Cross-Party Group (CPG) on Poverty launched an inquiry into the relationship between poverty and stigma; seeking to better understand the causes, impacts of and solutions to poverty-related stigma.
To inform the inquiry, the group have launched a call for written evidence, inviting individuals and organisations from across Scotland to submit their views and to help shape the inquiry’s final report, which will be published in May 2022.
The call for written evidence can be read in full here: CPG on Poverty – stigma inquiry – call for views.
The deadline for submissions is 5pm, Friday 11th March. Please send your submission to email@example.com
About the Cross Party Group:
The Cross Party Group (CPG) on Poverty in the Scottish Parliament provides a space for MSPs from across political parties and other groups such as charities, faith groups and grassroots organisations to come together to discuss poverty in Scotland. This group aims to better inform anti-poverty policy-making in Scotland and contribute to the ending of poverty in Scotland. The Poverty Alliance provide secretariat support for the CPG.
Beatrice Wishart MSP (Deputy Convenor)
Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP (Deputy Convenor)
Jeremy Balfour MSP (Treasurer)
Emma Roddick MSP
Collette Stevenson MSP
Alex Rowley MSP
Rhoda Grant MSP
Bob Doris MSP
Monica Lennon MSP
Miles Briggs MSP
Any interested organisation or individual that is committed to ending poverty in Scotland is encouraged to join and participate in the group’s work.
To join, or for any further information on the CPG on Poverty, please contact: Neil Cowan, Policy and Campaigns Manager, Poverty Alliance on firstname.lastname@example.org