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Child-centred Approach to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in High-income Countries: Conceptual issues and monitoring approaches1 Jun 2017
Adolescents’ Mental Health: Out of the shadows. Evidence on psychological well-being of 11-15-year-olds from 31 industrialized countries29 May 2017
Children’s Involvement in Housework: Is there a case of gender stereotyping? Evidence from the International Survey of Children's Well-Being29 May 2017
Is University Education More Important for a Boy than for a Girl? Social approval of unequal educational opportunity across 21 countries29 May 2017
Adolescents at Risk: Psychosomatic health complaints, low life satisfaction, excessive sugar consumption and their relationship with cumulative risks25 Apr 2016
Education for All? Measuring inequality of educational outcomes among 15-year-olds across 39 industrialized nations19 Apr 2016
Falling Behind: Socio-demographic profiles of educationally disadvantaged youth. Evidence from PISA 2000-201213 Apr 2016
Inequalities in Adolescent Health and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children study13 Apr 2016
Household income and sticky floors in children’s cognitive development: Evidence from the United Kingdom Millennium Cohort Study (2019)Yekaterina Chzhen, Zlata Bruckauf
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Child and adolescent mental health key indicators of progress toward SDG targets (14 Jun 2017)
Any parent can recognise the signs of early distress in a small child. Young children can be very vocal in showing their emotions: cry ...