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CCC Participates in International Child Indicator Conference

Since the late 1990s, CCC has championed the use of  data to understand child well-being in New York City and make the case for practical solutions to meet the needs of children and families. Our online database, Keeping Track Online is the largest mun …

CCC at MoMA: A Record-Breaking Celebration

Over 800 guests gathered together for a private evening at The Museum of Modern Art on April 27 to support CCC and honor dedicated child advocates, Brad S. Karp and Chris Stern Hyman. View a Photo Gallery from the Event. Brad Karp, Chair of Paul Weiss …

New “Community Risk Ranking” Shows Stark Inequality Among New York City’s Children

Ahead of Mayor de Blasio’s State of the City Address, Citizens’ Committee for Children (CCC), one of the city’s oldest children’s advocacy organizations, has released a new Community Risk Ranking that reveals a stark disparity in child well-being acros …

Introducing CCC’s Community Risk Ranking

Today we are releasing our new child well-being index, CCC’s Community Risk Ranking: Measuring Child Well-being in New York City’s 59 Community Districts. Taking into account Keeping Track data on economic security, health, housing, education, and yout …

A Livable City for Every NYC Child: Building Neighborhoods from the Ground Up

There are 2 million children in New York City, the largest population of children of any city in the country. CCC’s primary goal is to ensure that each of them have access to the supports, services and opportunities needed to set them on the path to a …

A Livable City for Every NYC Child

One in three children in New York City lives in poverty. Research shows that children living in poverty often face a number of other factors that can negatively impact their well-being. In New York City for example, we know that children living in pove …

Breaking Down Child Health Disparities in NYC

A child’s long-term health and well-being is shaped by the conditions in which he or she is born, grows, lives, works, and ages. These circumstances are greatly influenced by access to resources and supports that help families to meet the individual ne …

Child Health Disparities in New York City

CCC’s Presentation, Child Health Disparities in New York City, is an overview of the many indicators – including education, environment, nutrition, and cultural capital – that connect to health outcomes of children. A child’s long-term health and well- …

CCC Honors Lifelong Champion of Children’s Rights

It could not have been more fitting to celebrate Women’s History Month with our 2014 Justine Wise Polier Symposium. In honor of our co-founder and true lifelong champion of children’s rights, our event featured a lively reading of “The Grain of the Woo …

CCC Launches New Keeping Track Online Data Tool!

CCC’s Keeping Track of New York City’s Children database of child well-being indicators just got a lot more exciting! Today we launched a new interactive data tool that allows you to create your own maps and tables using more than one hundred measures …

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