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Capita's 8th UK National Child Poverty Conference

Capita's 8th UK National Child Poverty Conference

The Conference brings together Government representatives and organisations from across the public sector to give guidance and share best practice in tackling child poverty.

9 July 2010 | London, UK

Key issues addressed include:

• Implications of the enactment of the Child Poverty Bill and what this will mean for local authorities going forward
• New approaches for tackling child poverty
• Reducing health inequalities to improve quality of life for vulnerable children
• Narrowing the educational attainment gap
• Maximising benefit take-up for families living below the poverty line
• Ensuring consistent support for BME families



03.05.2016
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