Overview of Child Well Being in Germany: Policy Towards a Supportive Environment for Children
Childrenâ€™s opportunities to develop according to their talents and competencies and to establish trust in the adults with whom they live their neighbourhoods, kindergardens, schools and municipalities also crucially influence the future of the society in which they grow up. Yet, international comparisons have until recently centred on resource availability, material wellbeing and health outcomes. However, initiatives such as the OECD/PISA and WHO surveys of â€˜healthy lifestyles among school-aged childrenâ€™ have explored child well-being along several dimensions. Building on these surveys, the nnocenti Report Card No 7 (20076) â€˜Child Poverty in Perspective; An Overview of Child-wellbeing in Rich Countriesâ€™ ompares child wellbeing along six dimensions including material wellbeing, health and safety, educational well-being, family and peer relationships, behaviours and risk, and childrenâ€™s subjective sense of wellbeing.
behaviour; child poverty; child welfare; education; social indicators; statistical analysis;
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