News and media

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In our news and media section, you can find releases and updates related to the Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy.

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  • Second set of three-year child poverty targets announced

    The Government has today confirmed the second set of official targets to break the cycle of child poverty.

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  • Child Poverty Report – Budget 2021

    The third annual Child Poverty Report was released today, alongside Budget 2021.  It describes what progress has been made in

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  • E-newsletter update - May 2021

    The latest Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter was sent out today. It includes information about:

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  • E-newsletter update - February 2021

    The latest Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter was sent out today.
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  • E-newsletter update - December 2020

    The latest Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter was sent out today.
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  • E-newsletter update - September 2020

    The latest Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter was sent out today.

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  • Monitoring Report highlights progress on the Strategy's implementation

    The first update on progress in implementing the Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy and its accompanying actions

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  • E-newsletter update - August 2020

    Today's Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter includes updates on the child poverty and wellbeing indicators and the launch of the Youth Plan, along with a collection of inspiring community-led initiatives and activities.
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  • Child Poverty Related Indicators Report released

    The Government has released the first report on the Child Poverty Related Indicators (CPRIs). These are measures related to the broader causes and consequences of child poverty.
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  • E-newsletter update - June 2020

    The latest Child and Youth Wellbeing e-newsletter was sent out today.

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