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This report was prompted by a noticeable increase in the number of destitute young peope accessing our services. The risks facing these children when they are destitute are acute and need to be addressed urgently by local and central government agencies.
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This is a briefing of the government's plan to cap uprating on certain key benefits and tax credits at 1% for the next three years, which will affect all families with children in receipt of Child Benefit or Child Tax Credit in the UK.
January 2013
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This report reveals that 4 in every 10 disabled children in this country live in poverty. It also outlines four key recommendations for addressing poverty in families with disabled children.
January 2011
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This summary report reveals that 4 in 10 disabled children live in relative income poverty, once the additional costs of their disability is accounted for. This report is based on analysis of the Family Resources Survey.
January 2011
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This consultation seeks comments on revised regulations and guidance. The objective is to ensure that the revised guidance gives sufficiently clear information to people involved in the exclusion process.
January 2012
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This report defines child poverty, outlines the extent of child poverty in the UK, lists the groups of children at high risk of poverty, and analyses the impact of poverty and inequality on children's well-being and future life chances with particular regard to their health, education and employment.
January 2012
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A script of the parliamentary inquiry session three on 30th April 2012.
January 2012
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This manifesto identifies three key areas where political change and leadership are needed to realise our commitment to make children's lives better now and to improve childhood for future generations.
January 2009
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The survey asks about both negative and positive life events to see whether these are associated with young people's subjective well-being and behaviours.
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