Towards child-inclusive concepts of childhood poverty: The contribution and potential of research with children
Children's participation and addressing global poverty are two dominant narratives within global development discourse and policy. Poverty disproportionately affects children, with World Bank estimates suggesting that of those living in extreme poverty globally (less than $1.90 per day), one third are children aged under 12 years. Childhood poverty is of particular policy concern, not only because of the large number of children affected, but also because of the long term consequences of...[Show more]
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