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Report Card 11: Who ranks where?

10 April 2013
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As debates continue to rage around austerity measures and social spending cuts, Report Card 11: Child well-being in rich countries charts the achievements of 29 of the world’s advanced economies on the well-being of their children during the first decade of this century. Who ranks where? And what do children themselves have to say?

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