Yesterday saw the publication of Measuring Child Poverty, UNICEF's latest 'report card' which examines how developed nations tackle child poverty by placing them into a league table based on factors such as diet, access to books and many others. A summary version is also available, while some of the most eye-catching points are covered in articles from the Guardian and the BBC.

Don't forget that for links to further research on this topic, you can use use the 'Child Poverty' link in the 'Hot Topics' menu on the right hand side of this page.


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