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Research into the impact of welfare reform

Disability Wales

Citizens Advice Cymru have commissioned Shelter Cymru to undertake a research study with people from all over Wales to explore the day-to-day experience of welfare reform and how it’s affecting people’s lives. Researchers are especially interested in speaking to people who have been hit by multiple changes, in order for them to assess the cumulative impact.

Shelter Cymru would like to speak to people from the following groups:

People living with a disability/long-term health condition
Young single adults
Non-working couples with children/lone parents
Working couples with children/lone parents
Shelter Cymru are able to offer people £5 for taking part in a focus group, which will take place on Thursday 6th March 2014 at 3pm at:

Communities First Training Room
Bay Learning Centre
47 Conwy Road
Colwyn Bay
LL29 7AW

If you know anyone who may be interested in taking part please ask them to contact Clare Panton using the contact details below.

Clare Panton
Senior Housing Law Caseworker
Cyngorwr ar Faterion Cyfraith Tai

Shelter Cymru
T: 01248 671005/ 01248 673992
F: 01248 671852
E: clarep@sheltercymru.org.uk

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