On the 3rd of October 2017, Social Vision held a successful seminar at the London School of Economics and Political Science . The event featured 7 panel experts from local and national government, leading NGOs (Save the Children and Child Poverty Action Group), academia and social activists. They shared forward-thinking ideas and explored solutions for tackling pressing child poverty challenges, speaking for those who are marginalised and only have a muted voice.
Child poverty is not only a moral issue, but also an economic one. It originates and is nurtured by a divisive ideology and centric public policy impacting on disadvantaged families. One does not have to travel to developing countries to witness it. Advocacy for mitigation needs vocal and purposeful action.
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