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Child Poverty in NZ: Building on progress to date

Expert Advisory Group

October 2013

This paper reflects on the progress since the release of the 'Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand: Evidence for action' report. It also identifies key areas where further effort is required.

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Solutions to child poverty - evidence for action

Expert Advisory Group final report

December 2012

The Expert Advisory Group's final report, which includes 78 recommendations and a list of initial priorities for actions.

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Summary diagram: Solutions to child poverty - evidence for action

Expert Advisory Group final report

December 2012

A two page summary of the Expert Advisory Group's final report that shows the costs of child poverty in New Zealand and the Group's 78 recommendations.

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Summary of recommendations and priorities: Solutions to child poverty - evidence for action

Expert Advisory Group final report

December 2012

A summary of the 78 recommendations made by the Expert Advisory Group in their final report 'Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand: Evidence for Action'.

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EAG working paper no. 23: Justice solutions to mitigate child poverty

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EAG working paper no. 24: Child poverty-related indicators

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Members of the Expert Advisory Group

The Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty was established in March 2012 by the Children's Commissioner.

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Evidence for Action: Solutions to Child Poverty in New Zealand

Think your school needs a food programme?

We have developed guidelines for schools wanting to improve an existing food in schools programme or begin a new one. The guidelines include tips on how to get started, how to incorporate the programme into the curriculum and how to get the community/parents on board.

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