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'Over 17 per cent of Australian children under 15 are living in poverty', report finds

Kids playing in Cairns, Queensland. Source: AAP Image/Brian Cassey

New research shows that unless urgent action is taken, Australia may see over half a million children born into poverty in the next decade. A report by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) titled 'Disrupting Disadvantage' says the country needs to use localised data to better identify and support people locked in poverty.

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