This month, I am very happy to announce the release of our Urban Inequities and Children Conference Report, including five recommendations to eliminate inequities for children in cities. The report addresses challenges facing urban children and suggests tangible ways to reframe the conversation to include children as stakeholders in the urban agenda.
Watch a short video interview of Samantha Cocco-Klein, Equity for Children Senior Advisor, about key takeaways from the report below.
Please share widely with your networks. I look forward to reading your questions and comments on our website and on social media.
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