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Innocenti Report Card 1 - A League Table of Child Poverty in Rich Nations

Innocenti Report Card 1 - A League Table of Child Poverty in Rich Nations

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Published by Unicef Innocenti
The research, published in the first UNICEF Innocenti Report Card gave comprehensive estimates of child poverty across the member countries of the OECD.
Published in 2000, this report on child poverty in the world’s wealthiest nations concluded that one in six of the rich world’s children is poor - a total of 47 million.
The research, published in the first UNICEF Innocenti Report Card gave comprehensive estimates of child poverty across the member countries of the OECD.
Published in 2000, this report on child poverty in the world’s wealthiest nations concluded that one in six of the rich world’s children is poor - a total of 47 million.

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A LEAGUE TABLE OF
CHILDPOVERTYIN RICHNATIONS
INNOCENTI REPORT CARD
ISSUE No.1 JUNE 2000
 
This publication is the first in a series of 
Innocenti Report Cards,
designed to monitor the performance of the industrializednations in meeting the needs of their children.Each
Report Card 
will present and analyse league tables ranking the performance of rich nations against critical indicators of child well-being.Any part of the
Innocenti Report Card 
may be freely reproducedusing the following reference:UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre,Florence,Italy.
Innocenti Report Card 
No.1,June 2000.‘A league table of child poverty inrich nations’.ISSN:1605-7317© The United Nations Children’s Fund,2000Full text and supporting documents can be downloaded from theUNICEF Innocenti Research Centre web-site at:
www.unicef-icdc.org
The UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre,located in Florence,Italy,was established in 1988 to strengthen the research capabilityof the United Nations Children’s Fund and to amplify its voiceas an advocate for children worldwide.The Centre helps toidentify and research areas vital to the current and future work of UNICEF.Its prime objectives are to improve internationalunderstanding of issues relating to children’s rights and to helpfacilitate the full implementation of the United NationsConvention on the Rights of the Child in both industrializedand developing countries.UNICEF Innocenti Research CentrePiazza Santissima Annunziata 1250122 Florence,ItalyTel:(+39) 055 20 330Fax:(+39) 055 244 817Email:orders@unicef-icdc.itWeb-site:www.unicef-icdc.org
 
“The persistence of child poverty in richcountries undermines both equality of opportunity and commonality of values.It therefore confronts the industrialized world with a test both of its ideals and of its capacity to resolve many of its most intractable social problems.”
INNOCENTI REPORT CARD
ISSUE No.1 JUNE 2000

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