Decisive action needed to address educational inequalities

CPAG welcomes legal precedent for advocacy in New Zealand

CPAG welcomes legal victory for human rights advocacy

Income support proposals fail children

CPAG applauds literacy success

CPAG welcomes chance to clear legal obstacles to discrimination case

Gap between poorest children and the rest continues to widen

Breathtaking poverty the source of kids’ health problems

In work payment fails Maori and Pasifika children

Families will get much needed boost – but child poverty set to deepen

Landmark win in Human Rights Case

Good moves for families heralded but the poorest kids left out

Back to the Future for National’s Housing Policies

Child Poverty has been ignored

Neglect of poorest kids means foodbank use is no mystery

Kids caught in rising foodbank tide: breakfasts in schools urgently needed

Child advocates warn of destructive effects of ‘work for dole’

Bouquet but beware

Child poverty figures remain needlessly high

Think of the children, Dr Brash!

PM’s ‘Pocket Calculator’ Increases Don’t Look So Large against long term erosion

Working for children?

Budget fails NZ's Poorest children

Gambling – serious public health issue or essential prop for schools?

Child advocates Budget expectations

NCEA Report calls for exam fees to be scrapped

Housing Horror stories add to pressure on Government

Housing crisis ignored

Low decile families and school exam fees

Transcience and low decile schools

CPAG welcomes UNICEF report

Children and their families are largest group of poor

Discrimination against the poor

We have the Agenda – now lets start the action

Post election action

Agenda for Children

Social Policy for an Inclusive New Year?