Social protection: meeting children’s rights and needs
Author: 
Anna Carolina Machado
Charlotte Bilo
Subject: 
Education
Child-oriented policies
Gender Equality
Health
Poverty and Inequality
Social Protection and CCTs
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Abstract: 
“Despite significant progress in the reduction of extreme poverty in recent years, millions of children are still poor or vulnerable to poverty. There is growing consensus that poverty comprises more dimensions than just monetary. Social protection policies can help address the multifaceted nature of child poverty and improve children’s well-being, especially in the areas of education, health and nutrition. However, it is important to consider the gender-, age- and context-specific needs and vulnerabilities of children during all stages of the policy cycle”. (...)
keywords: 
Social protection, children, rights, needs
Datepub: 
12/12/2018 - 08:03
Type: 
Policy In Focus
Issue: 
43
ISSN: 
2318-8995
LanguagePub: 
English