This study aims at continuing the Child Union project to fight inequalities of children through access to fair opportunities for all children throughout their entire life with particular attention paid to early years and social safety nets in Hungary. It includes tackling risks of poverty and exclusion in line with the program of the Child Union to overcome inequalities among children and through generations, focusing on better integration of welfare policies and provisions, including early childhood education and care.
It sheds light on the current situation of the Hungarian policies and practices with special attention on young children and their families. This study could serve as a basis for discussion and planning of a comprehensive, interdisciplinary, intersectoral policy to meet the needs of children and their families and provide adequate responses to those. The study demonstrates how the needed policies could be determined and implemented in the different areas of child development and early years following proper assessment, planning, and evaluation.
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