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Laurel A. Fish; Emily J. H. Jones
This research brief is an addition to a series of five briefs, which provide an overview of available evidence shown in the Campbell-UNICEF Mega-Map of the effectiveness of interventions to improve child well-being in low- and middle-income countries. These briefs summarize evidence as mapped against the five goal areas of UNICEF’s 2018–2021 Strategic Plan, although it is anticipated that they will also be useful for others working in the child well-being space.
Santiago Cueto; Alula Pankhurst; Renu Singh
Over the last two decades, there has been evidence of significant
improvements in the overall living standards of Young Lives families.
Young people are substantially better off than their parents and have
aspirations for social mobility, despite the impact of persistent
inequalities undermining educational outcomes and the chances of getting
a decent job. New research from the Young Lives COVID-19 phone survey in Ethiopia,
India, Peru, and Vietnam paints a worrying picture of how the economic
and social impact of COVID-19 lockdowns and related restrictions could
not only halt progress made over the last two generations, but could
also reverse life chances and entrench existing inequalities for many
young people, hitting those living in poor communities hardest.
Momoe Makino; Abu S. Shonchoy; Zaki Wahhaj
Mariya Stoilova; Sonia Livingstone; Rana Khazbak
Children’s lives are increasingly mediated by digital technologies. Yet, when it comes to understanding the long-term effects of internet use and online experiences on their well-being, mental health or resilience, the best we can do is make an educated guess. Our need for this knowledge has become even more acute as internet use rises during COVID-19. This report explores what has been learned from the latest research about children’s experiences and outcomes relating to the internet and digital technologies. It aims to inform policy-makers, educators, child-protection specialists, industry and parents on the best evidence, and it proposes a future research agenda.
Natalie Canning; Beryl Robinson
Seiko Mochida; Mieko Sanada; Qinfeng Shao (et al.)
S. Mantovani; C. Bove; P. Ferri (et al.)
Anne Masi; Antonio Mendoza Diaz; Lucy Tully (et al.)
Andreas B. Neubauer; Andrea Schmidt; Andrea C. Kramer (et al.)
Emma Armstrong‐Carter; Eva H. Telzer
UNICEF Innocenti's Children and COVID-19 Library is a database collecting research from around the world on COVID-19 and its impacts on children and adolescents.
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COVID-19 & Children: Rapid Research Response