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The good childhood report 2018

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Publication date

Aug 2018

Summary

In the 13 years since our national children’s well-being research programme was established, The Children’s Society has asked over 65,000 children how their lives are going. This authoritative programme gives us profound and unique insights into how children feel about their lives. This seventh Good Childhood Report – produced in partnership with the University of York – gives the latest national picture of children’s subjective well-being and trends over a number of years.

Subjects

Psychology, Young People, and Well Being

Links

https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/resources-and-publications/the-good-childhood-report-2018

Notes

Covered by over 100 media outlets worldwide


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