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CPAG launched 'Child Abuse and Poverty: what are the links?'

August 07, 2013 at 5:31 PM

The latest CPAG research part 2 connects child poverty and abuse and neglect. Studying the CYF data CPAG is certain there is no connection between child maltreatment and benefit payments.  

The Green party thinks the Minister's punitive welfare reforms is not going to effect reducing the statistics on child abuse and neglect, which occurs inboth benefit and non benefit families.

You can read the two news items here

Category: White Paper for vulnerable children