Current Campaigning

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This page sets out details of existing Campaigning issues within Cumbria identified by member organisations of the Cumbria Advice Network, together with our latest Campaign briefings (which are available for download) and feedback.

 

Latest Bulletin

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 16 June 2014 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 277 kb)

 


Call for Evidence Bulletins

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 15 February 2014 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 211kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 14 November 2013 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 231kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 13 August 2013 ( pdf file Acrobat reader icon 172kb)


Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 10 November 2012 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 175kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 9 August 2012 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 235kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 8 May 2012 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 235kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 7 February 2012 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 229kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 6 November 2011 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 262kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 5 August 2011 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 254kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 4 May 2011 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 272kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 3 February 2011 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 235kb)

Campaigning fo Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 2 November 2010 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 263kb)

Campaigning for Change Call for Evidence Bulletin 1 June 2010 (pdf file Acrobat reader icon 172kb)

 

Our Forms

Click here for our evidence form. You can use this to let us know any examples you have of the issues raised in our Bulletins or Latest Issues Section.

Click here if you have an issue affecting your clients and you would like to know whether other network members have experienced similar problems.