Organisations representing youth and children express their support to EuroCohort in the new post in our blog


What role does well-being play for organisations that represent the interests of young people and children and how could they benefit from longitudinal EuroCohort data? In the latest post in EuroCohort blog, Birgit Beierling from 'The PARITÄTISCHE‘ and Laura Gies and Ludwig Weigel from 'The German Federal Youth Council' all say that child and youth well-being is a central part of their work and scientific evidence establishes a foundation for their work and builds the basis for assessments.

Read the full blog post.

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 features stories from researchers, stakeholders and other parties interested in the issues related to the project.