Our latest blog encourages those with money worries to access expert help and advice in the same way we would if we were worried about physical or mental health concerns. Read more
In this latest policy blog, Emily - whom chartered the course for our Dignity First campaign - provides a brief campaign overview and explains the need for change in conversations about money. Read more
MAS' statement on the recent reintroduction of forced prepayment meter (PPM) installation. Read more
Read MAS' response to the Scottish Budget which sets out the Scottish Government's proposed spending and tax plans for 2024-25. Read more
Because people in debt deserve to be treated fairly.
Dive into the details of our journey to the Dignity First campaign. See our comprehensive report detailing our approach to silencing stigma and why language holds the key to doing so.
Have questions about our Dignity First campaign? Find the answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) here.
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Have you experienced stigma when it comes to money and debt? Share your story to support the campaign and inspire change.
Sharing our stories builds empathy and understanding in a society where talking about money and debt doesn't have to be met with discomfort and stigma. Read more
A time and space to get together with colleagues from across the sector to catch-up about wellbeing at work. Read more
This interactive workshop explores stress and stress management strategies to apply to working life. This free session is open to anyone working in the free money advice sector. Read more
This interactive workshop explores how to create a well workplace and is aimed at those with line management/staff responsibilities. This free session is open to those working in the free money advice sector. Read more
Training Development Lead, Ged Mulvey, features in BBC Disclosure programme. Read more