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Working to End Child Poverty In London
Join us in campaigning on key issues which affect the capital’s 600,000 children currently living in poverty.
If you have a personal or organisational interest in child poverty in London, join the 4in10 network (it's free!) to receive information on all our campaigns, events and resources.
4in10 is based at Children England. With continued funding from Trust for London and new funding from City Bridge Trust.
Working with employers to tackle child poverty.
A Capacity building event from 4in10 held on 22 February 2017.
Businesses in London create great wealth but recent growth has left low income families in the Capital behind. Our event explored how non-inclusive growth in London traps families in poverty, threatens social integration and harms business. It shares good practice for organisations wanting to encourage businesses to enhance their activities and employment practices to give greater support to low income families.
Report and presentations from the event are now available to download.
Inner City Pressures: Voices of low income working families in London on the complex challenges they face - New 4in10 report published
4in10's new report highlights the voices of low income working families in inner London where, despite working, families are struggling to meet the cost of living. We're calling on the Mayor to use his strategy for London as an opportunity to help low income families be able to provide a better life for their families. Download the report here.
End Child Poverty coalition figures
The latest release of child poverty statistics published by the End Child Poverty coalition provide a bleak picture for hundreds of thousands of children in London and show what a particular challenge it is to solve poverty in the Capital. Four of the five UK local authoriteis with the worst rates of child poverty are in the capital. Tower Hamlets has the highest rate of child poverty of any council, at 43.5%, while Poplar and Limehouse is the parliamentary constituency with London's highest rate of child poverty at 43.7%, and the third highest in the country. Read the full blog post.