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Poverty

Children in Wales has produced a range of reports and briefings relating to poverty which can be accessed below.  The End Child Poverty Network at Children in Wales produces a monthly e-bulletin and this can be accessed by clicking here.

31.03.13

Swimming for Children, Young people and Families

This Working Paper examines the additional costs and accessibility of the Free Swimming Scheme and other swimming opportunities for children, young people and families.


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31.05.12

Child Poverty: A Programme Towards Eradication (revised May 2012)

The End Child Poverty Network Cymru coalition released this programme for eradicating child poverty in Wales in May 2012. The programme builds on the manifesto published by the End Child Poverty Network in November 2010.


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31.03.12

Tackling Child Poverty in Wales: A Good Practice Guide for Schools

This guide aims to increase awareness of poverty and what schools can do to promote achievement and welll-being amongst children who are living in poverty.


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30.01.12

Welfare Reform: Key issues of concern for Wales in respect of child poverty

This briefing paper outlines areas of concern regarding the UK Government’s Welfare Reform Programme


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31.05.11

Households Below Average Income

This is a briefing by the End Child Poverty Network on the latest national statistics on Households Below Average Income (HBAI), produced by the UK Government’s Department for Work and Pensions and were released on 12th May 2011.


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12.04.11

Manifesto Commitments (Child Poverty)

This is a briefing by the End Child Poverty Network on the commitments made regarding child poverty issues, contained in the Manifestos of the four main political parties in Wales for the National Assembly for Wales election on 5 May 2011.


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07.03.11

Keeping warm this winter: Hearing the voices of children and young people in tackling fuel poverty in Wales, Film

This film was produced as a result of a project carried out with Consumer Focus Wales investigating how fuel poverty affects children and young people.  


06.03.11

Keeping warm this winter: Hearing the voices of children and young people in tackling fuel poverty in Wales, Report

This is the report of a project carried out with Consumer Focus Wales investigating how fuel poverty affects children and young people.  The project included direct consultation with children in schools about how fuel poverty affects them.


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06.03.11

Stay Warm

This poster was developed following consultations with children and young people in schools across Wales.  It provides ten top tips to help stay warm in winter.


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24.11.10

Child Poverty: A Manifesto Towards Eradication

The End Child Poverty Network Cymru Manifesto was launched at the Senedd on 24 November as part of an event that was sponsored by Helen Mary Jones, AM, and Chair of the National Assembly’s Children and Young People Committee. Copies of the Manifesto were sent to Assembly Members and prospective AMs so that they could refer to it in their campaign for the Assembly Elections in 2011.  It comprises eight overarching priorities.


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