Innocenti convenes world experts in Florence to explore research and policy issues facing children

Cohort and Longitudinal Research

Symposium on Cohort and Longitudinal Research

©UNICEF/NYHQ2008-1549/Guiara - Child’s View- Laughing children run out of their classroom at recess in a primary school in Bangui, the capital. The photograph was taken by Tatiana Guiara, 10, one of 15 children who participated in a UNICEF-organized photography workshop for children who currently live, or previously lived, on the streets.

Cohort and longitudinal studies have unique potential to improve understanding of the dynamic processes that shape child development. They bring a life-course perspective to analysis, with a potential to respond to specific questions about children’s developmental trajectories.

You can experience the Symposium as if you had attended it yourself by viewing presentation slides accompanied by digital recordings of presenter’s remarks.

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Family and parenting support: policies, practice and outcomes

Rapid growth of family support programmes calls for accelerated research agenda


Expert Consultation on Family and Parenting Support, Press release
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