Preventing, Mitigating or Solving Child Income Poverty? The Expert Advisory Group 2012 report

St John, Susan
May 2013
Policy Quarterly;May2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p47
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the Expert Advisory Group (EAG) 2012 report and its recommendations for the prevention, mitigation and resolution of child income poverty. The report presents several income policy recommendations including tax credits, benefits and child-related income support. It also recommends an independent and comprehensive review of all child-related benefit rates and relativities aiming to reduce child poverty.


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