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Annual Report on the Child Poverty Strategy for Scotland - 2016

DescriptionThe third annual report on the Child Poverty Strategy for Scotland, which was published in March 2014.
ISBN9781786526977
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateDecember 21, 2016

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ISBN 978 1 78652 697 7
PPDAS 58018

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Contents

Ministerial Foreword

Child Poverty Measurement Framework - Performance at a Glance 2016

1. Introduction

2. Child Poverty In Scotland
Relative child poverty
Absolute child poverty
Combined low income and material deprivation

3. Pockets: Maximising Household Resources Of Families On Low Income
Intermediate outcome 1: Maximised financial entitlements of families on low income
Intermediate outcome 2: Reduced household spend of families on low income
Intermediate outcome 3: Families on low income are managing finances appropriately and are accessing all financial entitlements
Intermediate outcome 4: Parents are in good quality, sustained employment in line with skills and ambitions

4. Prospects: Improved Life Chances Of Children In Poverty
Intermediate outcome 5: Children from low income households have improving levels of physical and mental health
Intermediate outcome 6: Children from low income households experience social inclusion and display social competence
Intermediate outcome 7: Children from low income households have improving relative levels of educational attainment, achieving their full potential
Intermediate outcome 8: Children from low income backgrounds are in good quality, sustained employment in line with skills and ambitions

5. Places: Children From Low Income Households Live In Well-Designed Sustainable Places
Intermediate outcome 9: Children from low income households live in high quality, sustainable housing
Intermediate outcome 10: Children from low income households grow up in places that are socially sustainable
Intermediate outcome 11: Children from low income households grow up in places that are physically sustainable
Intermediate outcome 12: Children from low income households grow up in places that are economically sustainable

6. Annex: Child Poverty Measurement Framework - Data Sources And Years