Measuring Child Poverty

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This Unicef report examines progress made by the world's wealthiest countries in reducing child poverty and deprivation. It sets out the latest internationally comparable data on child deprivation and relative child poverty. The UK did better than many other rich countries in reducing child poverty and deprivation during the early years of the financial crisis. But the current government's policies to reduce spending will reverse this, and more children will grow up in poverty. Leadership Briefing issue 6.12(72)

DATE: 30/05/2012
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