European Cities Against Child Poverty
2 July 2008
The European Cities Against Child Poverty network is a new EU-wide partnership led by GLE (Greater London Enterprise), working with the London Development Agency, London Councils and the cities of Amsterdam, Budapest, Helsinki, and Milan.
The two-year project addresses the root causes of child poverty in these cities through sharing practical experience. The network will also enable practitioners in charge of social services to share tried and tested approaches on how best to tackle child poverty through initiatives and policies. Taking best practice from all partners and developing a practical guide to help shape future policy, the network aims to make a real difference.