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A City for all children: Share your views on the Mayoral consultation

New Mayor Sadiq Khan has published a new vision for London entitled A City for All Londoners, and wants to hear your views. The document outlines the capital's top challenges and opportunities across priority policy areas 

4in10 are keen to use this opportunity to put forward ideas for making London more family friendly and to ensure that the needs of London's children are prioritised.

Register to attend the event we are running on the consultation, 'A City for All Children,' on 7th December, 9.30 - 12.30am. 

Download A City for All Londoners and share your ideas with us by emailing: hannah.slater@childrenengland.org.uk

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 has moved to Children England.  With continued funding from Trust for London and new funding from City Bridge Trust.

End Child Poverty coalition figures published

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.