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London Child Poverty Report

As part of our ongoing relationship with the Childhood Trust, we were asked to design the London Child Poverty Report.

The Child Poverty Report is used to highlight the problem of child poverty among key stakeholders in positions to influence change. It’s not a document that makes for easy reading and nor should it. It’s a damning reflection of the deprivation in large parts of London.

London is one of the richest cities in the world yet has one of the highest rates of child poverty in the UK. As noted in the report, In 2018 the capital continues to experience a demonstrable increase in child poverty with 60% of children living in poverty from households with at least one working adult. 

This is something the report highlights in detail, along with the daily impact of poverty upon children now and into their future. Something that’s beyond the ability of children to change.

On the plus side, the report mentions excellent examples of organisations that, despite the financial challenge, work tirelessly to alleviate childhood poverty in London. And it sets out some recommendations by the authors on how to reduce child poverty in London.

At LYD we’re happy to support the Childhood Trust in using our skills to continue highlighting the debate around childhood poverty in London.

This along with our work on the 'Holidays from Hell' poverty report has featured in The Times, Evening Standard, the Metro and Channel 4 News.

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