CPAG want a society where all children can enjoy their childhoods and have fair chances in life to reach their full potential. Children living in poverty are almost twice as likely to live in 'bad' housing.
This charity works tirelessly to lead campaigns to end child poverty and for a better deal for low-income families and children. They also provide policy leadership and work with academics, politicians, civil servants, media and the public. CPAG provide advice and guidance to help people at risk and deliver training and events.
The cost of child poverty
CPAG has published estimates of the costs generated by child poverty rates in every local authority and constituency in the UK. The local authority estimates, produced by Donald Hirsch of Loughborough University, are contained in a new report on how local authorities are trying to tackle child poverty at a time of social security cuts and upheaval. Read more
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