YOUNG LIVES PRESENTS FINDINGS FROM AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF CHILDHOOD POVERTY
Two Important Events in New York
Evening of November 5th at The New School
(available by live streaming)
Wednesday Evening, November 5, 2014, 6:00 - 8:00 P.M.
Orozco Room, The New School, 66 West 12 Street, 7th Floor, New York NY
ON THE OCCASION OF THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD PLEASE JOIN US FOR A PANEL DISCUSSION:
Advancing Equity for Children: Perspectives from the “Young Lives Study”
On November 5, Equity for Children will host the U.S. launch of the latest findings from Young Lives, the University of Oxford program’s longitudinal study of childhood poverty, which will be followed by an active panel discussion with top speakers from UNICEF, UNDP and the NYC housing and community project, Comunilife. The Young Lives team will share their perspectives on how best to strengthen policies that help children living in poverty, based on the evidence from four stages of the Young Lives study and in view of socio-political trends and challenges.
Young Lives Presenters:
Ginny Morrow, Senior Researcher of Young Lives, University of Oxford
Paul Dornan, Senior Policy Officer of Young Lives, University of Oxford
Alberto Minujin, Executive Director,Equity for Children (Moderator)
Nick Alipui, Senior Advisor on Post 2015 Millennium Development Goals, UNICEF
Selim Jahan, Director of Human Development Report, UNDP
Rosa Gil, President and CEO of Comunilife
Please click here for the agenda and concept note.
Thursday Lunchtime, November 6, 2014, 12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Danny Kaye, UNICEF house, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York NY
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A PRESENTATION OF NEW FINDINGS
Young Lives and UNICEF Present:
Growing Up in Poverty
Virginia Morrow, Deputy Director of Young Lives
Paul Dornan, Senior Policy Officer of Young Lives
Alexandra Yuster, Associate Director, Social Inclusion. UNICEF Programme Division
Learn about the latest findings from the study with evidence on stunting; water and sanitation; inequalities in school access and learning outcomes; child protection; and links to social protection.