Invite: Nationwide Post Budget Breakfasts 16 May

Source: Child Poverty Action Group – Press Release/Statement:

Headline: Invite: Nationwide Post Budget Breakfasts 16 May

Book now! Nationwide Budget Breakfast Series: Friday 16 May

29 April 2014


Each year Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) provides child-focused analyses and commentary of the year’s budget.  The aim is to provide an accessible and affordable avenue for the community to come together and hear about how the budget affects children and young people, especially our most vulnerable who live in poverty.

In addition to the events themselves, CPAG will also release a budget briefing package (pre budget) and comprehensive review of the budget (post budget).

CPAG warmly thanks the PHA for their wonderful support in organising events in Wellington, Christchurch & Dunedin


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Click here to find out more and register Please note: this is a lunch event. 

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  1. Really?

    Are these breakfasts for children living in poverty?

    How much has it costed to organise and host?

    How many children living in poverty could be fed on the same day, with the same amount of money?

    • At $20 a ticket the breakfasts are probably self-funding.

      But the content is fairly predictable.

      Objection because the govt won’t extend the IWTC to beneficiaries.

      Objection to growing inequality despite official stats showing it’s static/ slightly declining.

      Perhaps some kudos if the govt extends PPL slightly.

      Praise for a Labour/Green alternative budget which will reward prospective/existing beneficiaries for having children.

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