1. Child poverty more than twice as likely to affect Māori, Pasifika, disabled children as Pākehā  New Zealand Herald
  2. Child poverty declines: Maori, Pacific children worst off but some improvement  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Child poverty declining before Covid-19, but latest stats 'profoundly bad news' for children with disabilities – Children's Commissioner  1News
  4. 'All measures' of child poverty 'trending downwards', reflecting Jacinda Ardern's policies  Newshub
  5. Child poverty declines, but Māori, Pacific poverty rates 'profoundly disturbing'  Stuff.co.nz
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Māori, Pasifika and households with disabled children lag behind in poverty measures.Māori, Pasifika and households with disabled children lag behind in poverty measures.

Child poverty more than twice as likely to affect Māori, Pasifika, disabled children as Pākehā - NZ Herald

Having one in five Māori children and one in four Pasifika children in material hardship is unacceptable in a civilised community, says Children's Commissioner.Having one in five Māori children and one in four Pasifika children in material hardship is unacceptable in a civilised community, says Children's Commissioner.

Almost one-in-five Māori children still live in material hardship. Almost one-in-five Māori children still live in material hardship.

'All measures' of child poverty 'trending downwards', reflecting Jacinda Ardern's policies | Newshub

Māori and Pasifika children, and those with disabilities, are much more likely to be living in poverty.Māori and Pasifika children, and those with disabilities, are much more likely to be living in poverty.

Child poverty declining before Covid-19, but latest stats 'profoundly bad news' for children with disabilities – Children’s Commissioner | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

There has been little annual change in the number of children living in poverty across most measures, but there has been a drop in the number of whānau struggling to provide the basics.There has been little annual change in the number of children living in poverty across most measures, but there has been a drop in the number of whānau struggling to provide the basics.

Children still living in poverty but number of whānau struggling to provide the basics drops - Stats NZ | RNZ News

The Government will be steeling itself for the release of its all-important child poverty statistics.The Government will be steeling itself for the release of its all-important child poverty statistics.

Crunch Time For Ardern On Child Poverty | Newsroom