A major output of our research to date is the MOR for Children Framework – a child-centred framework for assessing multidimensional child poverty. The Framework also provides a means of developing and assessing policies and programs for their sensitivity to multidimensional child poverty. You can read more about the MOR for Children Framework in our September 2021 Discussion Paper (PDF).

During 2020-21, we undertook a series of roundtables with not-for-profit organisations, service provides, government agencies, and commissioners for children to seek feedback on the MOR for Children Framework.  The roundtables were funded by the ANU Policy Hub. The report of the roundtables is available here.

We are currently undertaking research in Australia and Indonesia.

Our research in Indonesia is funded by an Australian Research Council project: Assessing Childhood Poverty in Indonesia.