Child Social Exclusion, Poverty and Disadvantage in Australia

We are pleased to attach the following invitation for:

Child Social Exclusion, Poverty and Disadvantage in Australia

 Key findings of the Report:

  • 1 in 6 Australian children (17.2%) aged 0-14 years live in poverty.
  • Too many children experience disadvantage on multiple fronts and are unable to participate fully in their community.
  • Northern Territory has the highest incidence of children at greatest risk of social exclusion (43%), followed by Tasmania and South Australia.Invitation_Child Social Exclusion, Poverty and Disadvantage in Australia
  • A local community’s risk of child social exclusion is highly persistent over time.

To be held at Mural Hall, Parliament House, Canberra on Monday, 15 October 2018 from 10:30am to 11:30am
Note: Visitors, please arrive promptly at 10:10 am for sign in and escort

 RSVP to Tomf@nat.unitingcare.org.au by the 10th of October