This edition of the fACTivist discusses children and youth who live in poverty, and the effect government policy has on their well-being.

Articles in this edition include:

Foreword: From Band-aids to Breakthroughs
The Current State of Child Poverty in Canada: Statistics and Responses
Investing in Tomorrow: Alberta’s Plan to Abolish Child Poverty
The Politics of Poverty Reduction in Alberta
Sheltering Homeless Youth
Aboriginal Children and Poverty in Canada

ESPC Documents/FACTIVIST/fACTivist_2014_Winter.pdf

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