Campaigns & microsites
New research from UNICEF Innocenti and Western Sydney University explores the question: what does well-being mean to children in a digital age? This first-phase report prioritises the voices of children, collected through workshops with over 300 children from 13 countries along with analysis of existing survey data from 34,000 children aged 9-17 across 30 countries. This report reveals a newly developed well-being framework for children.
Research and Evidence on Children with Disabilities
What Makes Me?
Best of UNICEF Research 2021
Reopening with Resilience
UNICEF Innocenti Film Festival 2021
Playing the Game
Where do rich countries stand on childcare?
Reimagining Migration Responses
Social Spending Monitor
Discover the Best of UNICEF Research and Evaluation 2020
Time To Teach: Teacher attendance & time on task in Eastern & Southern Africa
Worlds of Influence: Understanding what shapes child well-being in rich countries
COVID-19 & Children: Rapid Research Response
Growing up connected
Are the world's richest countries family friendly?
Getting into the game
An Unfair Start