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2018 Results report

UNICEF - Office of Research – Innocenti.
28-09-2019
The unique position of UNICEF Innocenti – embedded in the global network of programming and policymaking for children – creates a clear path for immediate uptake of evidence generated ‘on the ground’ to inform the design and implementation of interventions for children.
 

The influence of computer games on children’s development

Claudia Salceanu - Universitatea Ovidius Constanta, September 2014.
21-09-2019
This study aims to investigate the attitudes of parents regarding the influence of computer games on their children’s development.
 

The 2017 Illinois child well-being study final report

Children and Family Research Center, April 2019.
14-09-2019
This report presents initial results from a study of the wellbeing of children and youths in the care of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services
 

Parental leave systems accross OECD and EU countries

OECD, August 2019.
05-09-2019
Analysis of the duration of paid maternity leave, paid parental and home care leave available to mothers, paid paternity leave and paid father-specific parental and home care leave.
 

Family influences in academic achievement

Carmen Nieves Perez Sanchez, Moisés Betancort Montesinos, Leopoldo Cabrera Rodriguez - Revista internacionaL de Sociologia (RIS), January 2013.
29-08-2019
Parents’ level of education, parents’ expectations about academic achievement, socioeconomic status, family size, type of family and parents’ control over the student’s homework are used as predicting variables in a logistic regression for predicting which variables load in high academic achievement.
 

Intergenerational Impacts of Family Violence

D. Gartland, R. Giallo, H. Woolhouse, F. Mensah and S.J. Brow - Elsevier, 13 August 2019.
23-08-2019
The primary objectives of this paper are to investigate the relationship between maternal exposure to violence and postpartum mental and physical health; and the extent to which exposure to violence and poor maternal mental and physical health are associated with future emotional-behavioral difficulties.
 

Transforming the future of ageing

SAPEA, June 2019.
19-08-2019
Living longer than ever before is one of the greatest achievements of the past century, but it also brings challenges for European societies and the EU as a whole.
 

Annual Report of the Ombudsman for UN Funds and Programmes 2018

Office of the Ombudsman for United Nations Funds and Programmes - August 2019.
11-08-2019
The Ombudsman presents details of the huge cost-reduction nevertheless achieved through the use of the informal conflict-resolution mechanism.
 

A guide to implementing evidence-informed programs and practices

Jessica Hateley-Browne, Lauren Hodge, Melinda Polimeni and Robyn Mildon - Australian Institute of Family Studies, July 2019.
02-08-2019
This guide is written to help implementing evidence-informed programs and practices in the child and family service sector.
 

Demographics, lifestyle behaviours and quality of life among adolescents

Regina L.T. Lee 1, Wai Tong Chien, Keiko Tanida, Sachi Takeuchi, Phuphaibul Rutja, Stephen W. H. Kwok and Paul H. Lee - MDPI, July 2019.
26-07-2019
Identifying and addressing early signs of health-related quality of life decline provides an opportunity to ensure that young people have a healthier progression through adolescence.
 
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