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Child Poverty debate

May 29, 2013 at 5:10 PM

The Child Poverty Expert Advisory PAnel (CPEAP) feels government ignored its main recommendations on child poverty report in its budget. But, government shares with the CPEAP a list of measures in health education and welfare it has taken plus its 5-year $9.5m allocation for Kickstart food programme with Sanitarium and Fonterra to top up. CPEAP feels government can do more on the challenges of low income. Read the full news item here and the video of PM John Key press conference and a  Rudman opinion piece

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