In this lecture on Child Poverty, Kate Green examines politics, policy and the public, why they’re each important, and the opportunities and challenges they create.
Read the full lecture below.
A child's potential is a terrible thing to waste.
Child Poverty Action Group is an independent charity working to eliminate child poverty in New Zealand. CPAG works on behalf of the 270,000 New Zealand children whose well-being and future is compromised by their meagre standard of living.
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better, it is not", Dr Seuss.
Special Issue on Child Poverty, Policy Quarterly, Vol.9(2).
Assoc Prof Susan St John (QSO) takes a close look at the the Final Report from Children's Commissioner's Expert Advisory Group on Soultions to Child Poverty.
Published May 2013
Each year, CPAG provides an alternative, child focused analysis of the budget.
In 2013, we are pleased to provide the public with a variety of resources - including a 10 page budget analysis and presentations from our nationwide Post-budget breakfasts.
Video clips of CPAG Budget Breakfast presentations will also be available shortly.
Our guiding principle, is the right of every child in New Zealand to security, food, shelter, education and healthcare. Child Poverty Action Group