Child Poverty Solutions For Finland - a review of international policies in selected countries
Published/Broadcast 7 March 2023
CASE was commissioned by the Itla Children’s Foundation in Finland to conduct a review of published international evidence on policies and programmes designed to reduce child poverty. Child income poverty rates in Finland are low by international standards but concerns about elevated risks for some groups of children remain - in particular children of migrants, children in larger families and children in lone parent families. This review, by Irene Bucelli and Abigail McKnight set out to explore the effectiveness and relevance of child poverty solutions adopted in other countries. Read the review here.