Stop saying children are ‘resilient’

“We don’t protect children by saying they’re resilient. We build resilience through policy that supports children by improving systems and providing resources.”

“Children don’t bounce back like trampolines; they accommodate the costs of adversity and pay the bill later or in a different currency.”

Read the full article at RNZ

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