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Child Well-Being in Rich Countries

Child Well-Being in Rich Countries

Great to see so much coverage of #RC11 on child well-being since yesterday. See how your country does:

Report Card 11: Interview with author Peter Adamson

Report Card 11: Interview with author Peter Adamson

WATCH: Report Card 11's author Peter Adamson talks about the new #childwellbeing findings #RC11

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Is there a strong correlation between higher GDP/head and higher #childwellbeing? Our Report Card 11 says NO #RC11

“For every new policy, govts need to consider impact on children and families. #ChildWellbeing is key in a time of crisis. #RC11

UNICEF - Press centre - Child well-being - progress in danger?

UNICEF - Press centre - Child well-being - progress in danger?

Children are at higher risk from poverty than adults. Govts need to tackle this threat & ensure #ChildWellbeing #RC11

Child Well-Being in Rich Countries

Child Well-Being in Rich Countries

#RC11: Central & Eastern Europe are closing the gap in #ChildWellbeing with more established economies

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Report Card 11, out today, ranks rich countries according to #childwellbeing. Share and compare: #RC11

“Among 29 industrialised countries, who ranks higher in #ChildWellbeing - Slovenia or Canada? Austria or Portugal? Tomorrow in #RC11

“Are industrialised countries ensuring well-being of children post financial crisis? Our Report Card 11 will answer in 2 days #RC11

“RT @UNICEFInnocenti: What would the perfect country be for a child during the first decade of this century? In Report Card 11 in two days #RC11 #ChildWellbeing”

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