Strength in Numbers - How Longitudinal Research Can Support Child Development
How can longitudinal research be better leveraged to track development and well-being from childhood through adolescence? How can longitudinal research help us to better understand the life trajectories of children globally, in a way that informs the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
To answer these questions an Expert Round Table was held by GLORI (Global Longitudinal Research Initiative) on 1 July 2015 at Young Lives in Oxford, Using Longitudinal Data to Support Measurement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
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