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Innocenti Report Card no. 6: Child poverty in rich countries

1 March 2005
Innocenti Report Card no. 6 Launch of the Innocenti Report Card no. 6
Launch of the Innocenti Report Card no. 6


Press material
Brief guide to best practices in defining and monitoring child poverty
Executive summary
Child poverty in rich countries 2005 - Summary
Press release
Child poverty rising in OECD countries, says UNICEF
Background papers
A Portrait of Child Poverty in Germany
The Impact of Tax and Transfer Systems on Children in the European Union
Child Poverty and Changes in Child Poverty in Rich Countries Since 1990
Principles and practicalities for measuring child poverty in the rich countries - Draft version
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