This report is structured around five chapters. Chapter 1 covers overarching learnings on what works to tackle child poverty. Then, the report explores specific learnings on what works, or in some cases what should work, for each of the six priority family types at higher risk of poverty (Chapter 2). The final three chapters cover specific evidence on what works around each of the three main drivers of poverty: income from employment (Chapter 3); income from social security and benefits in kind (Chapter 4); and costs of living (Chapter 5).
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