NEW ZEALAND: Our view matter - children and young people talk about solutions to poverty


The New Zealand Office of the Children’s Commissioner led a consultation process that involved 278 children and young people (including 10 young parents) aged between nine to 24 years living in low socioeconomic communities throughout New Zealand. The consultation with children and young people focused on children’s everyday experience of poverty, and the measures they think should be taken at a local and national level to improve children’s lives now, and eradicate child poverty in the longer-term. 

Owner: Michelle Egan-Bitranpdf:


Please note that these reports are hosted by CRIN as a resource for Child Rights campaigners, researchers and other interested parties. Unless otherwise stated, they are not the work of CRIN and their inclusion in our database does not necessarily signify endorsement or agreement with their content by CRIN.