Three reasons why EuroCohort is needed now explained in the new blog post by by Gwyther Rees


What are the main reasons why a longitudinal survey like EuroCohrot is needed? Gwyther Rees, Associate Research Fellow at University of York and a Consultant at UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti explains in his blog post that despite the major progress in the study of children’s well-being globally, there are still major knowledge gaps. To fill these gaps, at least three things are needed: (1) data on a broad range of aspects of child well-being; (2) longitudinal data; (3) comparative data across countries. 

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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.