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Child friendly Recommendation on Investing in Children

A resource developed, with children, for children! This child friendly resource explains the Recommendation on Investing in Children, which was produced originally by the European Commission. Available in multiple languages!

A resource developed, with children, for children! 

This child friendly resource explains the Recommendation on Investing in Children, which was produced originally by the European Commission in 2013. 

This child friendly version of the Recommendation uses visuals and clear language to explain the three pillars aimed to address child poverty. 

Eurochild has produced this resource with support from Laura Lundy, Centre for Children’s Rights at Queen’s University Belfast and to the children (aged 10-14) who contributed with their advice.

The Recommendation is available in multiple languages! 




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