Recent Innocenti outputs concentrate on several urgent policy and research priorities. Our series of methods briefs on adolescent research, produced in collaboration with The Lancet Commission on Adolescent Health and Well-being, offers insights on gathering data on this dynamic period of life in low- and middle-income countries. New papers introduce significant steps forward in measuring the global prevalence of child food insecurity and the quality of early childhood education. The new Innocenti Report Card 14 presents a rigorous indicator framework for measuring progress on SDGs for children in high income countries, and the Children of Austerity volume is the first international study of the impact of the financial crisis on children in rich nations. Finally a highly topical paper and blog on the impact of big data on child rights raise important questions about the digital future of boys and girls. This and much more available on our website.