Best of UNICEF Research 2019
The Best of UNICEF Research is celebrating its seventh year. Once again, it showcases a collection of the best research undertaken or supported by UNICEF staff and offices around the world. The Best of UNICEF Research exercise has become eagerly anticipated throughout the organization. Staff in country offices particularly welcome the spotlight on work that helps to shape practice, programming and policy for children worldwide. 2019 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and we can see many pressing issues for children and young people, and for UNICEF, reflected in this year's selection of Best of UNICEF Research 2019 finalists.
Best of UNICEF research 2019
Democratic Republic of Congo
How effective are humanitarian assistance vouchers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo?
West and Central Africa
What lessons can be learned from the response to the West Africa Ebola epidemic?
Europe and Central Asia
How does age-related legislation affect adolescents’ lives in Europe and Central Asia?
How can the needs and aspirations of Ethiopia’s most vulnerable urban poor be supported? (Forthcoming)
Middle East and North Africa
How common is violent discipline against children in the Middle East and North Africa?