Child Well-Being in the European Union - Better monitoring instruments for better policies

TÁRKI Social Research Institute has prepared a background paper for the Hungarian EU presidency that aims at contributing to the child mainstreaming process within the European Union through the improvement of monitoring tools in the field. The background paper is available now online.

The European Union has always regarded as a primary objective its fight against poverty and social exclusion and is increasingly turning its focus on the issue of child well-being. As part of the European cooperation on social protection and social inclusion, the European Union has expressed its strong political commitment to combating child poverty and promoting well-being among children, regardless of their social background.

The Child well-being in the European Union - Better monitoring instruments for better policies report commissioned by the State Secretariat for Social Inclusion of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice builds on these predecessors and aims at contributing to the child mainstreaming process within the EU.

The report is a close follow-up of the previous major outcomes of the child mainstreaming process. An international consortium lead by TÁRKI Social Research Institute (Budapest) and Applica (Brussels) prepared and submitted its report entitled Study on Child Poverty and Child Well-being in the European Union to the European Commission. The TÁRKI-Applica (2010) report followed the guidelines of the EU Task-Force on Child Poverty and Child Well-being, established by the EU Social Protection Committee in 2007, which laid out recommendations (later adopted by the Social Protection Committee) to develop and monitor quantifiable measures and to employ a common framework in the study of child well-being. All deliverables of the present project are downloadable.

Main report : Child well-being in the European Union - Better monitoring instruments for better policies

Online Annex 1 : Expert opinions on education, health and risk behaviour indicators

Online Annex 2 : Policy marker report cards for EU-27 Member States

Online Annex 3 : An integrated list and evaluation of the suggested indicators and indicator breakdowns (the annex is under work, it will be released later)
Short summary of the report - in Hungarian

When citing the study, we ask that you use the following reference :
TÁRKI (2011) : Child well-being in the European Union – Better monitoring instruments for better policies. Report prepared for the State Secretariat for Social Inclusion of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, Budapest. http://www.tarki.hu/en/research/childpoverty/tarki_chwb_mainreport_online.pdf


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Éducation et formation tout au long de la vie en Europe

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Analyses

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Les niveaux de revenus au sein de l’Union européenne

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Recherche scientifique

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Crisis and Inequality in Europe

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9 août 2011

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