CABX

AcronymDefinition
CABXCitizens Advice Bureaux (UK)
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"There wasn't huge diversity in the CABx, which made it harder for people to feel that the volunteers identified with their issues," Carol said.
In Australia, according to Bruft, CABx were established in several states in the late 1950s, but social services did not flourish until the early 1970 when a new political climate came about with a change of government at the federal level.
* For further advice, contact your local CABx, there are Bureau situated in Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland and Stockton.
Based on evidence from over 700 CABx in England and Wales, they reckon that consumers could be losing out by as much as pounds 4bn paid in unnecessary interest on consumer credit and pounds 3bn in unclaimed means-tested benefits, for example.
An electronic information network in immigration law for advisers and CABx represents early, faltering steps in the use of technology on behalf of a non-corporate sector.