Innocenti Publications Children and Research at Innocenti: 25 Years of UNICEF Commitment Published: 2015 Innocenti Publications The UNICEF research programmes at Innocenti were established in 1989 with funding from the Government of Italy, a contribution and commitment that continues today. Two broad areas of research were established early on: the impact of socio-economic change on children, and the implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child which had recently come into force. The Centre’s most significant contributions to date have continued to be in these fields, but programmes, projects and plans have grown, developed, evolved and been re-dimensioned over the 25 years of the Centre’s existence, according to global needs and resources. This publication offers a brief history of both the Florentine Ospedale where the UNICEF Office of Research is house and with contributions from former directors and staff members, an overview of successes, opportunities and a look towards the future. + - Cite this publication | No. of pages: 162 | Thematic area: Convention on the Rights of the Child | Tags: best interests of the child, child protection, child related policies, child well-being, convention on the rights of the child, ethical research, research, social research × COPY BIBLIOGRAPHIC CITATION 2015 Children and Research at Innocenti: 25 Years of UNICEF Commitment. , pp. 162.