Katherine Gordon, Secretary of Citizens Advice Black Workers Group and Trustee of Citizens Advice Sandwell

The Citizens Advice Black Workers Group are launching a new project to record the history and contributions of BAME people at Citizens Advice.

How vlogging has opened up online communication for the Deaf community

Emma Wilkinson, Senior Employment Expert

Commons Justice Committee report finds that the introduction of employment tribunal fees has had a significant adverse impact on access to justice for claims with merit and recommends urgent reduction in fees

Chris Freed, Head of Volunteering

Over 23,000 people volunteer for Citizens Advice. This Volunteers’ Week (1-12 June 2016) we’re going to meet 12 of them!

Gillian Guy, Chief Executive

We’ve launched a new framework with the BBA to help banks and other creditors support customers experiencing financial abuse

Joe Lavelle, Project Coordinator, North Liverpool Citizens Advice and Executive Committee Member, NLGBG

February is LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) History Month. This year’s theme is Religion, Belief and Philosophy.

Satdeep Grewal, Impact Evaluation Analyst

Measuring financial capability must take an individual’s unique characteristics and circumstances into consideration #FinCapStrategy

Jo Chimes, Discrimination Advice Coordinator

Raising awareness of pregnancy discrimination and maternity rights, sharing some great new resources, and a Twitter Q and A on Thursday 8 October

Hugh Stickland, Chief Economist

Our impact report demonstrates our considerable value to society. But how do you measure the impact and value of Citizens Advice? Through using robust evidence, credible assumptions and truly understanding the difference we make.

Gillian Guy, Chief Executive

Our impact report demonstrates our value to society is considerable and unique: we benefit individuals, we save government money and we create wider public value.