EuroCohort blog is launched: read the first post by Dominic Richardson from UNICEF


The EuroCohort blog set up within the project web-site has come to life. The first blog post by Dominic Richardson, a Senior Education Specialist at UNICEF Office of Research Innocenti, discusses the importance of understanding how different measures of child well-being interconnect as children age. As the author puts it: „Better information on how ‘x leads to y, and then z’ for child policies across the life course help policy-makers to better coordinate sector-specific objectives and make their available resources go further“. See the post here.

The aim of the EuroCohort blog is to facilitate discussion on the issues important to the project participants ranging from child and youth well-being to longitudinal survey design and need for comparative data. The blog will feature stories from researchers, stakeholders and other parties interested in the issues related to the project.