A Decade of Monitoring Children's Rights: The KidsRights Index at 10

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Abstract

In October 2022 the tenth KidsRights Index was published. This article presents the content of the Index which is a result of intensive collaboration between ISS, Erasmus School of Economics, and the Dutch NGO KidsRights. It reflects on a decade of work on monitoring children's rights globally. Looking ahead, the article announces that in the future the KidsRights Index team has the ambition of integrating climate change concerns into the Index. The (obvious) reason for this is that climate change, currently already and more so still in the future, is one of the most serious threats to children's rights worldwide
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
JournalDevISSues
Volume24
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2022

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