Webinar: Child Poverty: Trends and Outlook – Nov 2
Posted by Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity on November 1, 2022
A recent report published by Child Trends points to what the authors term an unprecedented decline in child poverty rates since 1993. The report has garnered significant attention and presents an opportunity to explore the causes of the decline and to consider policy recommendations that may sustain – or even accelerate – progress.
This Spotlight webinar will feature a diverse panel of poverty scholars and will explore areas of shared agreement around issues such as extending the expanded Child Tax Credit, either in the lame-duck session after the midterm elections or in the new Congress.
This event will take place on Wednesday, November 2, at 1:30 PM ET.
- Samuel Hammond, Director of Social Policy, Niskanen Center
- Stephen Nuñez, Lead Researcher on Guaranteed Income, Jain Family Institute
- Dana Thomson, Senior Research Scientist, Child Trends
- Scott Winship, Senior Fellow and Director of Poverty Studies, American Enterprise Institute
Moderator: Aparna Mathur, Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School’s Mossavar-Rahmani Center
Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity will host this event with support from the Esther A. and Joseph Klingenstein Fund and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
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