2018 Results Report
No. of pages: 56
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Multidimensional child poverty Child rights in the digital age Family and parenting support Child rights governance Social protection and cash transfers Violence affecting children Education Adolescent wellbeing Longitudinal and lifecourse research for children Ethical research and children Children and migration: rights, resilience, and protection Humanitarian research Social protection in humanitarian settings
In 2018, significant gains were made in generating evidence to improve the lives of the most disadvantaged children, build organizational capacity to conduct and use quality, ethical research on children, and set a foundation as an important convening centre for expert consultation on next-generation ideas on children. 2018 marks the first year the UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti is reporting on the progress of research under the new UNICEF Strategic Plan (2018-2021). This plan is the first to clearly delineate the role of research and evidence as one of the eight priority change strategies for children. This report therefore is an account of the first year of work to generate critical evidence to inform programmes, policies and advocacy for children and young people around the world.