Social and Economic Policy

Child Poverty Insights

Child Poverty Insights (CPI) is a UNICEF online publication for sharing insights, experience and innovative developments on issues of child poverty, deprivation and inequity. The series was launched in August 2009, and a variety of topics have been published which have been well-received by thousands of people in over 150 countries.  Each CPI responds to one of three important areas of child poverty and inequity, namely:

  • Evidence: where high quality research results that focus on children’s inequity issues are reported
  • Think Pieces: where new approaches to measuring or approaching child poverty and inequity are introduced
  • Practice: where real-world programmes are discussed to show examples of ‘best practice’ in responding to child poverty and inequity

Access all Child Poverty Insights here.

Please send your suggestions on future CPI topics and authors to the editors of the series: Martin C. Evans, mcevans@unicef.org, and Solrun Engilbertsdottir, sengilbertsdottir@unicef.org.

 


 

 

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