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The Innocenti Social Monitor, first produced by the MONEE project in 2002, has partially replacing the eight Regional Monitoring Reports of 1993-2001. Its purpose is to review social and economic trends in the 27 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States and to influence policy debate on children’s rights and well-being. Annually updated information on a large range of indicators of children’s social and economic well-being is collected from a consolidated network of researchers and national statistical offices in the 27 countries in the region. The Innocenti Social Report replaces the thematic focus of the Regional Monitoring Reports, forthcoming is a report on children with disabilities in the region.
The Innocenti Social Monitor, first produced by the MONEE project in 2002, has partially replacing the eight Regional Monitoring Reports of 1993-2001. Its purpose is to review social and economic trends in the 27 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States and to influence policy debate on children’s rights and well-being. Annually updated information on a large range of indicators of children’s social and economic well-being is collected from a consolidated network of researchers and national statistical offices in the 27 countries in the region. The Innocenti Social Report replaces the thematic focus of the Regional Monitoring Reports, forthcoming is a report on children with disabilities in the region.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Innocenti Social Monitor 2004 reviews recent socio-economic trends in the 27 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. It examines child poverty in an integrating world from four different perspectives: Economic Growth and Child Poverty; Economic Integration, Labour Markets and Children; Migration Trends and Policy Implications; Young People and Drugs: Increasing Health Risks.

Social Monitor 2003 is the second in the Innocenti Social Monitor series. It includes a Statistical Annex covering a broad range of indicators for the years 1989 to 2000-2002, including population trends, births and fertility, mortality, family formation, health, education, child protection, crime, and income, as well as comprehensive statistical profiles on each country in the region. Chapters cover: Economic Growth, Poverty and Long-Term Disadvantage; Debt Service: An Emerging Problem; Refugees and Displaced Persons: Still Large Numbers; Intercountry Adoption: Trends and Consequences; Confronting HIV?; Counting Infant Mortality and Accounting for It.

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Project team

Gerry Redmond


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Albania: mother's employment and children poverty

Armenia: employment of women having children and child poverty

Azerbaijan: occupation of women having children and child poverty

Belarus: employment of women and support of low-income households with children

Bulgaria: mother's employment and children poverty

Child and Family Welfare in Russia: Trends and Indicators

Child and Family Welfare in Russia: Trends and Indicators - Russian version

Child and Family Welfare in Tajikistan: Trends and Indicators

Child and Family Welfare in Tajikistan: Trends and Indicators - Russian version

Child and Family Welfare in Ukraine: Trends and Indicators

Child and Family Welfare in Ukraine: Trends and Indicators - Russian version

Child and family welfare: trends and indicators in the Republic of Kazahstan

Child and family welfare: trends and indicators in the Republic of Kazahstan - Russian version

Child and Family Well-being in Lithuania

Children and disability in Albania

Children and disability in Armenia

Children and disability in Azerbaijan

Children and disability in Belarus

Children and disability in Bulgaria

Children and disability in Croatia

Children and disability in Czech Republic

Children and disability in Estonia

Children and disability in Georgia

Children and disability in Hungary

Children and disability in Kazakstan

Children and disability in Kyrgyz Republic

Children and disability in Latvia

Children and disability in Lithuania

Children and disability in Moldova

Children and disability in Poland

Children and disability in Romania

Children and disability in Russia

Children and disability in Slovak Republic

Children and disability in Tajikistan

Children and disability in the FR Yugoslavia

Children and disability in Turkmenistan

Children and disability in Ukraine

Children in conflict with law in Azerbaijan

Children in conflict with the law in Moldova

Children in conflict with the law in Albania

Children in conflict with the law in Bulgaria

Children in conflict with the law in Czech Republic

Children in conflict with the law in Hungary

Children in conflict with the law in Kyrgyzstan

Children in conflict with the law in Poland

Children in conflict with the law in Romania

Children in conflict with the law in Russian Federation

Children in conflict with the law in Slovakia

Children in conflict with the law in Tajikistan

Children in conflict with the law in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Children in conflict with the law in the Republic of Belarus

Children in conflict with the law in Ukraine

Czech Republic: mother's employment and children poverty

Employment among women with children and child poverty in the Republic of Tajikistan

Employment among women with children and child poverty in the Russian Federation

Estonia: mother's employment and children poverty

Estonian case: young people in transition. From risks to opportunities and participation

Family and child welfare trends in the transition period in Kyrgyzstan

Family and Child Welfare Trends in the Transition Period in Kyrgyzstan - Russian version

Family Welfare in Turkmenistan: Trends and Indicators

Family Welfare in Turkmenistan: Trends and Indicators - Russian version

FR Yugoslavia: young people in transition

Georgia: mother's employment and children poverty

Hungary: mother's employment and children poverty

Kyrgyzstan: employment of women with children and child poverty

Latvia: mother's employment and children poverty

Lithuania: mother's employment and children poverty

Macedonia: mother's employment and children poverty

Maternal employment in the Republic of Uzbekistan

Moldova: mother's employment and children poverty

Poland: mother's employment and children poverty

Poverty and Welfare over the 1990's in the Republic of Moldova: Indicators of Status and Trends

Poverty and welfare trends in Estonia over the 1990s

Poverty and welfare trends in FR Yugoslavia over the 1990s

Poverty and welfare trends in Hungary over the 1990s

Poverty and welfare trends in Kazakhstan over the 1990s

Poverty and welfare trends in Kazakhstan over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Kyrgyzstan over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Kyrgyzstan over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Latvia over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Moldova over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Moldova over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Poland over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Slovenia over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Tajikistan over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Tajikistan over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and welfare trends in the Republic of Belarus (1990-2000)

Poverty and welfare trends in the Republic of Belarus (1990-2000) - Russian version

Poverty and Welfare Trends in the Russian Federation over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in the Russian Federation over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Ukraine over the 1990s

Poverty and Welfare Trends in Ukraine over the 1990s - Russian version

Poverty and welfare trends over 1990s in Armenia

Poverty and welfare trends over the 1990's in FR Yugoslavia

Poverty and welfare trends over the 1990's in Hungary

Poverty and Welfare Trends over the 1990s in Lithuania

Poverty and welfare trends over the 1990s in the Czech Republic

Poverty and Welfare Trends over the 1990s in the Slovak Republic

Results of economic and social development in Azerbaijan in the 2000s

Romania: mother's employment and children poverty

Serbija and Montenegro: mother's employment and children poverty

Slovakia: mother's employment and children poverty

Slovenia: mother's employment and children poverty

Social and economic development in Bulgaria in the year 2000

Social Trends: Romania in the '90s

Social welfare and family benefits in Estonia

System in support of children deprived of parental care in Azerbaijan

System in support of children deprived of parental care in Bulgaria

System in support of children without parental care in Albania

System in support of children without parental care in Armenia

System in support of children without parental care in Belarus

System in support of children without parental care in Czech Republic

System in support of children without parental care in Hungary

System in support of children without parental care in Kyrgyzstan

System in support of children without parental care in Moldova

System in support of children without parental care in Poland

System in support of children without parental care in Romania

System in support of children without parental care in Slovakia

System in support of children without parental care in Tajikistan

System in support of children without parental care in Uzbekistan

System in support of children without parental in Russian Federation

System of social protection of children without parental care in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The Republic of Kazakhstan: social monitoring data

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional level in Albania

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Armenia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Azerbaijan

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Bulgaria

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Croatia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Estonia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Georgia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Hungary

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Kazakhstan

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Kyrgyzstan

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Latvia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Lithuania

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Macedonia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Poland

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Romania

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Russia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Slovakia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Slovenia

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Tajikistan

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in the Czech Republic

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in the Republic of Belarus

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Turkmenistan

The Situation of Children and Young People at the Regional Level in Ukraine

The Youth of the Republic of Moldova during the Transition Period

The Youth of Turkmenistan in Transition Period: From Risk to Opportunities and Participation

Trends and family well-being in Georgia

Trends and indicators of the child and family welfare in the Republic of Belarus (1990-1999)

Trends and indicators of the child and family welfare in the Republic of Belarus (1990-1999) - Russian version

Trends and indicators on child and family well-being in Armenia

Trends and indicators on child and family well-being in Bulgaria

Trends and Indicators on Child and Family Well-Being in Latvia

Trends and Indicators on Child and Family Well-Being in Poland

Trends and Indicators on Child and Family Well-Being in Romania

Trends and Indicators on Child and Family Well-Being in Slovakia

Trends and Indicators on Child and Family Well-Being in Slovenia, 1989-1999

Trends and indicators on child and family well-being in the Czech Republic

Trends and indicators on child well-being in Estonia

Trends and indicators on family and children well-being in Azerbaijan

Trends in poverty and well-being in the 90's of Georgia

Trends of child and family well-being in Georgia

Turkmenistan: employment of women with children and child poverty

Ukraine: general labour market assessment

Young people in transition : from risks to opportunities and participation

Young people in transition in Armenia

Young people in transition in Georgia

Young people in transition in Hungary

Young People in Transition in Latvia

Young People in Transition in Lithuania

Young People in Transition in Poland

Young People in Transition in Romania

Young People in Transition in Slovakia

Young People in Transition in Slovenia

Youth at transition period in Azerbaijan Republic

Youth of Bulgaria: some problems and risks during the transition period


Background papers

Children and disability in Slovenia

Children in conflict with the law in Armenia


Conferences & Meetings

The MONEE Project at UNICEF IRC: 1992 - 2009