The Office of Research – Innocenti is UNICEF’s dedicated research centre. Its core mandate is to undertake cutting-edge, policy-relevant research that equips the organization and the wider global community to deliver results for children. To achieve its mandate UNICEF Innocenti must work closely with all parts of its parent organization as well as a wide array of external academic and research institutions.
Innocenti’s research seeks to inform policy, guide action and also to challenge assumptions. The credibility and relevance of findings rest as much on the quality of inquiry as on independence. Innocenti’s position, firmly rooted in the global UNICEF network and fully engaged as an independent research body with leading universities and institutes in all regions of the world promotes a dynamic, real-time discourse on the generation of knowledge about children.
Topics: ADOLESCENT WELLBEING; CHILD RIGHTS GOVERNANCE; CHILD RIGHTS IN THE DIGITAL AGE; CHILDREN AND MIGRATION; CHILDREN IN HIGH INCOME COUNTRIES; HUMANITARIAN RESEARCH; LONGITUDINAL RESEARCH FOR CHILDREN; EDUCATION; FAMILY AND PARENTING SUPPORT; MULTI-DIMENSIONAL CHILD POVERTY; SOCIAL PROTECTION – CASH TRANSFERS; VIOLENCE AFFECTING CHILDREN
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