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The State of the Nation’s Children Report

The biennial State of the Nation's Children Report is based on the National Set of Child Well-Being Indicators published in 2005.  The report, first published in 2006, provides a comprehensive picture of children’s lives by presenting key information in areas such as health and education as well as social, emotional, behavioural and self-reported happiness outcomes. It also presents data on supports and services available to children and their families, along with children’s relationships with their parents and peers.  The report is produced by the Research and Evaluation Unit of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs, with data provided by a range of government departments, agencies and research organisations. 

 The report:
•    Describes the lives of children in Ireland
•    Tracks changes over time
•    Benchmarks progress in Ireland relative to other countries

 

Published State of the Nation’s Children Report 2016:
•    State of the Nation’s Children Report 2016 

Key Findings from the State of the Nation’s Children Report 2016:
•    State of the Nation’s Children Report 2016 – Key Findings 

Published State of the Nation’s Children Reports

 

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