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Teenage births

This study examines the contribution that reducing teenage births might make to ending child poverty.

Written by:
Jonathan Bradshaw
Date published:

The paper summarises the rates of teenage birth between countries, and the regional differences in both childbirth and abortion within the UK. It reviews the impact of a teenage birth on the mother and the child, and explores the factors that increase the likelihood of a teenage birth. It also considers the long and short term benefits of reducing the levels of teenage births.


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