Welcome to our publications page, where you can find all publications produced by the Global Coalition to End Child Poverty.
PUBLICATIONS FROM THE COALITION
Child poverty measurement and monitoring: The missing children
This brief explores certain groups of poor children potentially missing from data or from analysis, with particular attention to the policy and programming implications for poverty reduction.
Child Poverty and Adolescent Transitions
This brief shows why reducing poverty during the second decade of a child’s life is necessary to promote children’s rights and is a sound investment for the future. It identifies actions that governments and others can take, and the data and evidence gaps that need to be addressed in order to tackle adolescent poverty and its consequences.
Child-sensitive Social Protection
This policy brief from the Global Coalition to End Child Poverty defines the principles of Child-sensitive Social Protection (CSSP), why it is crucial for helping ensure the well being and realisation of rights for children, and broadly summarises how the coalition and its partners can help achieve CSSP.
A world free from child poverty: A guide to the tasks to achieve the vision
The new guide is an attempt to harness our knowledge and experience to support national processes to achieve the new SDG goals on child poverty.
Putting Children First: A Policy Agenda to End Child Poverty
This briefing paper draws on evidence and the experience of over 20 organisations working together in the Global Coalition to End Child Poverty.
It outlines key building blocks for how countries can address child poverty and offers evidence and experience to support national discussion on the best policy options for children.
Towards the End of Child Poverty: Joint Statement
This joint statement aims to articulate the shared understanding of the importance of child poverty, its devastating consequences, and the key responses that can help lift children and future generations out of poverty as we usher in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).