Must See TV! Child Poverty in Aotearoa: Tackling Inequality

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Must See TV!

Child Poverty in Aotearoa – Tackling Inequality 2014

Episodes available online at

or watch FACE TV Sky Channel 83, Wednesdays 7.30pm (repeat broadcast Thursdays 12.30pm)

Kia ora everyone,

Please take a look at this great series on child poverty in New Zealand – Catriona MacLennan, lawyer, journalist and activist talks to leading experts from a range of disciplines and organisations about the impact of poverty on children and practical solutions for change.

This is also fantastic resource for schools, training institutions, community groups and anyone interested in how poverty affects our most vulnerable citizens and what needs to be done about it. Please share widely with your friends, family and wider networks.

This week’s episode looks at how we can provide the best care and education for babies and pre-schoolers, especially those in poor families. Previous episodes have focused on the big picture of child poverty in our country, child health and housing (see below). In the next few weeks we’ll also be covering compulsory education, incomes and welfare. Stay tuned!

Child Poverty Episode 4: Early childhood care and education
This week’s episode:

Child poverty & Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)

Child Poverty in Aotearoa 2014 Episode 1
Episode 1: The big picture on child poverty with Dr Nikki Turner and Assoc Prof Mike O’Brien
Child Poverty in Aotearoa 2014 Episode 2
Episode 2: Child poverty & health

with Prof Innes Asher and Dr Rhys Jones

Episode 3: Child poverty and housing
Episode 3: Child poverty and housing

with Alan Johnson and Helen Laxon

Child Poverty in Aotearoa – Tackling Inequality 2014 – 6 part series

Starts Wednesday May 14th, 7.30pm, on Sky Channel 83 Face TV (repeat broadcast 12.30pm Thursdays).

All episodes will be available online the day after screening via CPAG’s YouTube channel: for FREE!

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As always, thank you for your support and interest. Together we can make a difference.

The CPAG Team

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