TransMONEE 2007 Features: Data and analysis on the lives of children in CEE/CIS and Baltic States

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TransMONEE 2007 Features: Data and analysis on the lives of children in CEE/CIS and Baltic States
  • Date of Publication
    • 2007
  • Pages
    • 58
  • ISBN
    • 978-88-89129-62-3
  • IRC Stock Number
    • 432U
  • Publication Cost
    • $20.00
  • Language
    • English
  • Other languages





Description

Despite recent economic growth, many children in the CEE/CIS Region remain vulnerable. Thousands of children continue to die before their first birthday, and increasing numbers of children are in formal care. Many young people lack employment opportunities and are at risk of marginalization. The tools to monitor these trends are often lacking, not standardized, or not routinely deployed. TRANSMONEE Features, along with the TRANSMONEE database, focuses on different aspects of children's lives, draws attention to mechanisms for monitoring trends and uses data to illuminate neglected issues. TRANSMONEE 2007 Features: Data and analysis on the lives of children in CEE/CIS and Baltic States looks closely at child survival; the forces behind the recent demographic changes occurring across the region, the challenges facing young people in their transition from school to work, and the issue of children growing up without parental care. Included with the print publication is a CD containing the MONEEInfo version of the TRANSMONEE database.

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Thematic area

Countries in Transition   / 

Thesaurus

child survival   /  child survival and development   /  economic indicators   /  economic transition   /  institutionalized children   /  right to appropriate standards of care   /  right to care and protection   /  social indicators   /  transition from school to work   / 

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