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Child Poverty

Childwatch International supports several activities that aim at consolidating existing knowledge on how poverty affects children's lives and develops new knowlegde to contribute to eradicate child poverty.

Resources on Child Poverty

See our Child Poverty Research page

Contact Information

Contact the Childwatch International Research Network Secretariat for more information about the Child Poverty network initiatives: j.k.johnsen [at]


2010: Planned activities on Child Poverty for 2010.  

2008: In collaboration with the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre and the Young Lives Project at the University of Oxford, UK, and New School in New York, USA, Childwatch International initiated the establishment of a network on child poverty research in 2008. A blog on child poverty was established

2008: Impact of Poverty and Social Exclusion on Children’s Lives and their Well-being, International Workshop, hosted by the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy Research in Vienna, 8 - 9 September 2008 

2007: Children’s Experiences with Poverty and Social Exclusion—Challenges for Research and Policies; Workshop hosted by the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy Research in Vienna, June 2007.

2007Rethinking Poverty and Children in the New Millennium: Linking Research and Policy; Workshop on Child Poverty, Norway, September 2007.


Participanting Institutions

European Centre for Social Welfare Policy Research in Vienna


Unicef - Innocenti Research Centre


Institute for Labour and Family Research

Tags: ["poverty", "marginalisation"]
Published Sep. 19, 2008 4:09 PM - Last modified Apr. 17, 2013 3:41 PM