Europe-wide survey aims to measure children's well-being as they grow up
Researchers are developing the first ever Europe-wide survey to track the well-being of children as they grow up, providing data to inform policies that directly affect their lives.
For the first time, a survey will offer policymakers unique insights into key transitions in children’s lives, the ability to make international comparisons on child and youth well-being and to evaluate policies over time. This will help them to make more informed decisions on issues ranging from education, to health and social policy. Full article here