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Child Well-being in Rich Countries: A comparative overview

Child Well-being in Rich Countries: A comparative overview

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The Report card considers five dimensions of children’s lives: material well-being, health and safety, education, behaviours and risks, and housing and environment. In total, 26 internationally comparable indicators have been included in the overview. The Report updates and refines the first UNICEF overview of child well-being published in 2007 (Report Card 7 ). Changes in child well-being over the first decade of the 2000s are examined.
The Report card considers five dimensions of children’s lives: material well-being, health and safety, education, behaviours and risks, and housing and environment. In total, 26 internationally comparable indicators have been included in the overview. The Report updates and refines the first UNICEF overview of child well-being published in 2007 (Report Card 7 ). Changes in child well-being over the first decade of the 2000s are examined.

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UNICEFOfce o ResearchInnocenti Report Card 11
Cd - rc cors
A comparative overview
 
 Innocenti Report Card 11
was written by Peter Adamson.The UNICEF Oce o Research – Innocenti would like to acknowledgethe generous support or
 Innocenti Report Card 11
provided by theAndorran and Swiss National Committees or UNICEF, and theGovernment o Norway.Any part o this
 Innocenti Report Card 
may be reely reproduced usingthe ollowing reerence:UNICEF Oce o Research (2013). ‘Child Well-being in Rich Countries:A comparative overview’,
 Innocenti Report Card 11
, UNICEF Oce oResearch, Florence.The
 Report Card 
series is designed to monitor and compare theperormance o economically advanced countries in securing therights o their children.In 1988 the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) established aresearch centre to support its advocacy or children worldwide and toidentiy and research current and uture areas o UNICEF’s work. Theprime objectives o the Oce o Research are to improve internationalunderstanding o issues relating to children’s rights, to help acilitateull implementation o the Convention on the Rights o the Childsupporting advocacy worldwide. The Oce aims to set out acomprehensive ramework or research and knowledge within theorganization in support o its global programmes and policies. Throughstrengthening research partnerships with leading academic institutionsand development networks in both the North and South, the Oceseeks to leverage additional resources and infuence in support oeorts towards policy reorm in avour o children.Publications produced by the Oce are contributions to a global debateon children and child rights issues and include a wide range oopinions. For that reason, some publications may not necessarily refectUNICEF policies or approaches on some topics. The views expressedare those o the authors and/or editors and are published in order tostimulate urther dialogue on child rights.Cover photo © luxorphoto/Shutterstock©United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), April 2013ISBN: 978-88-6522-016-0ISSN: 1605-7317UNICEF Oce o Research – InnocentiPiazza SS. Annunziata, 1250122 Florence, ItalyTel: +39 055 2033 0Fax: +39 055 2033 220forence@unice.orgwww.unice-irc.org
 
UNICEFOfce o ResearchInnocenti Report Card 11
PART ONE
prss a a a o cd - 29 o  ord’s advacd cooms.
PART TWO
ooks a a cdr say ao ro - (cd a a a ocdr’s  sasaco).
PART THREE
xams cas  cd - advacd cooms ovr  rs dcad o 2000s, ook a ac cory’s prorss dcaoa acvm, a r ras,cdood osy vs,  prvac o y,ad  s o oacco, acoo ad drs.
Cd - rc cors
A comparative overview

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