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Adolescent wellbeing

Adolescent wellbeing

A four year programme on social and structural determinants of adolescent wellbeing in low and middle income countries.
Cash Plus

Cash Plus

Integrating cash transfers with other services, like health insurance, can generate substantial benefits for individuals as well as their households. This combination of cash transfers and complementary programmes is called integrated social protection or cash plus.
Child labour

Child labour

The UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti conducts research to identify effective policies to eliminate child labour and improve education outcomes
Child rights in the digital age

Child rights in the digital age

Facilitating cross-national research in the global South on children’s digital experiences.
Children and migration: rights, advocacy and resilience

Children and migration: rights, advocacy and resilience

Children cross borders – within and between countries – in varying circumstances and for different reasons, both voluntary and involuntary.
Children in high income countries

Children in high income countries

In-depth analysis of the latest comparable data on the well-being of children in high income countries.
Education

Education

Adding to global knowledge on what improves school settings and how children experience education systems.
Gender-responsive and age-sensitive social protection

Gender-responsive and age-sensitive social protection

Gender and age play a disproportionately large role in how people experience risks, vulnerabilities, and opportunities. A new four-year research programme to understand the intersections of gender inequalities and norms with ages and stages in the life course mean women and girls are at a heightened risk of poverty.
Humanitarian research

Humanitarian research

Building knowledge and evidence on how best to meet children’s needs in emergencies is a pressing challenge. Year-on-year more children are caught up in conflict and displacement
Multidimensional child poverty

Multidimensional child poverty

Generating quality evidence on multi-dimensional child poverty through Multiple Overlapping Deprivation Analysis (MODA).
Social protection and cash transfers

Social protection and cash transfers

A multi-country research and learning initiative to provide rigorous evidence on the impact of large-scale national cash transfer programmes.
Violence against children

Violence against children

More than half the world’s children report having experienced some form of violence in a previous year. Combined with what we know about the negative consequences of violence on children’s health and wellbeing, its impacts on education and the economy, and its long-lasting effects throughout childhood and well into adulthood, it is crucial that evidence-informed actions are taken at all levels to end VAC.

CONFERENCES & MEETINGS

International effort to strengthen evidence on violence against children

(14 March 2019) Ending violence against children by 2030 is among the most important goals for children in the SDGs. The lack of robust, disaggregated data and evidence to understand the magnitude and nature of violence against children in their respective countries remains a challenge.

Unleashing the Potential of Social Protection for Adolescent Girls and Women

(18 February 2019) On the occasion of the 63rd Commission on the Status of Women the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, UNICEF and the GAGE consortium coordinated by ODI will hold the side event: Status Gender and Adolescent Responsive Social Protection: Unleashing the Potential of Social Protection for Adolescent Girls and Women.