Report Cards on children in industrialized countries

The Centre's Report Card series measures and compares the situation of children in OECD countries. This is the first UNICEF publication series devoted exclusively to the subject of children in industrialized countries.
The Report Cards aim to help improve the lives of children by revealing good and bad practice through a process of international comparison and the provision of new data. Each issue focuses on a topic relevant to the overall well-being of children and includes a league table of data, comparative analysis and an editorial. By bringing an international perspective to national statistics, the Report Cards provide a vital tool for policy-makers, parliamentarians, researchers, campaigners, the media and all those working to promote the interests of children in the industrialized world.

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