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Child Poverty and Deprivation in Mali: The first national estimates

This study provides the first ever estimates of national child deprivation rates in Mali using the Multiple Overlapping Deprivations Approach (MODA) pioneered by UNICEF. Deprivations are defined according to the age of the child. Among the findings it is noted that an increase of USD 1 per person per day would reduce the probability of being deprived by 25 percentage points in rural areas.

Understanding Child Deprivation in the European Union: The Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (EU-Moda) Approach

This paper investigates child deprivation and its relationship to monetary child poverty in the European Union (EU) using the Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA) methodology. MODA provides both a conceptual framework and a methodology to estimate the rates of monetary child poverty and multidimensional child deprivation, as well as the overlaps between these measures.

Best of UNICEF Research 2014

In order to showcase the best UNICEF research from around the world, the Office of Research-Innocenti undertakes an annual selection process carried out across the organization: in country and regional offices, at headquarters divisions and National Committees. Following a rigorous review and selection process, a very strong group of twelve studies were short-listed from the submissions.

Les enfants de la récession : Impact de la crise économique sur le bien-être des enfants dans les pays riches

Le présent rapport propose des points de vue divers et détaillés sur la manière dont la récession a touché les enfants dans les pays développés. Des données officielles ont permis d’évaluer l’impact sur les enfants dans les pays de l’Union européenne (UE) et/ou de l’Organisation de coopération et de développement économiques (OCDE). Dans chaque pays, la gravité de la récession, les conditions économiques antérieures, la solidité des dispositifs de protection sociale, et surtout les mesures prises par le gouvernement ont déterminé l’ampleur et la nature des effets de la crise sur les enfants.

Los niños de la recesión: El impacto de la crisis económica en el bienestar infantil en los países ricos

Este informe expone una serie de perspectivas pormenorizadas sobre el modo en que la recesión ha afectado a los niños del mundo desarrollado. Se han empleado datos oficiales para clasificar el impacto sobre los niños de los países de la Unión Europea (UE) y la Organización de Cooperación y Desarrollo Económicos (OCDE). El alcance y la naturaleza de las repercusiones de la crisis en la vida de los niños varían en cada país en función de la intensidad de la recesión, la situación económica anterior, la solidez de la red de protección social y, lo que es más importante, las respuestas políticas.

Figli della recessione: L'impatto della crisi economica sul benessere dei bambini nei paesi ricchi

Questo report fornisce prospettive diverse e articolate sugli effetti della recessione sui bambini nel mondo industrializzato. Per valutarne l'impatto sui bambini dei paesi dell'Unione Europea (UE) e/o dell'Organizzazione per la cooperazione e lo sviluppo economico (OCSE) sono stati utilizzati dati ufficiali. In ciascun paese, la portata e la natura dell'impatto della crisi sui bambini sono state influenzate dalla profondità della recessione, dalle condizioni economiche pre-esistenti, dalla solidità della rete di previdenza sociale e, cosa ancor più importante, dalle risposte politiche.

Exploring the Late Impact of the Financial Crisis using Gallup World Poll Data

This paper explores the late impact of the Great Recession by using Gallup World Poll data. This data may be exploited to obtain an indication of what the trends have been up to 2013 for a number of well-being-related indicators in different dimensions. An additional advantage with the World Poll is the more complete country coverage which goes beyond that provided by EU-only databases.

Children of the Recession: The impact of the economic crisis on child well-being in rich countries

This report offers multiple and detailed perspectives on how the recession has affected children in the developed world. Official data have been used to rank the impact on children for countries in the European Union (EU) and/or the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). For each country, the extent and character of the crisis’s impact on children has been shaped by the depth of the recession, pre-existing economic conditions, the strength of the social safety net and, most importantly, policy responses.

Changes in Child Poverty in the OECD/EU during the Great Recession: An initial view

This note describes the evolution of child poverty in 41 OECD and/or European Union countries during the Great Recession. In 2012 there were around 76.5 million children living in poverty in the 41 OECD countries studied here. A League Table of the 50 US states, home to over a third of all children in the OECD shows that child poverty has increased in 34 out of 51 states.

Child Poverty and the Great Recession in the United States

During the Great Recession, employment in the United States fell by more than 8 million between January 2008 and December 2009 and unemployment rose to a peak of 15.6 million persons in October 2009. This paper focuses on child poverty, as children experience some of the highest poverty rates of any group in the United States.

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