Evaluating Child Inequality in Cities | August 2017

Dear Friend,

Policies and programs that ensure all urban children have access to services allowing them to live rich and fulfilling lives are key to building sustainable societies as cities increasingly expand.

Equity for Children recently published original research about the links between equity, child poverty and cities. It’s the beginning of our next Approaches to Equity study and will uncover innovative initiatives in cities.

Our findings about Cordoba, Argentina’s equality gaps facing children in the most underserved neighborhoods are also presented here. You’ll find them interesting, I believe, for their impact on children, their families and the policymakers examining inequality indicators such as immunization and nutrition.

Read more about these and other featured stories below. Thank you for your partnership with Equity for Children. Please send your comments and feedback to our website.

Sincerely,

Alberto

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