15 May 2013
Today, Wednesday 15 May, is International Day of Families. Children are in a unique position to tell us about their experiences of families and poverty, argues Gina Crivello
02 May 2013
Research Officer Gina Crivello reflects on how to close QLR relationships
24 Apr 2013
Young Lives evidence shows that it is what teachers do in the classroom that matter for children. As we mark the Global Action Week for Education, Renu Singh reflects on what this means for India's education system.
12 Apr 2013
A new report from UNICEF on child well-being in rich countries and an index of hunger and under-nutrition published by IDS are both relevant for post-2015 debates on inequality, comments Paul Dornan.
04 Apr 2013
The lack of any explicit reference to inequality in the Communique issued at the close of the third meeting of the UN's High-Level Panel puts the Panel out of step with mounting evidence, argues Kirrily Pells
31 Mar 2013
26 Mar 2013
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25 Mar 2013
Today there is a meeting of the UN's High Level Panel, whose job is to draw up plans for what kind of global development framework should follow the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. So it’s worth assessing, therefore, the progress made for children around the world since the MDGs were introduced.
25 Mar 2013
Save the Children have published a new paper by Young Lives to coincide with the UN High-Level Panel in Bali. Understanding children’s perspectives is essential in shaping polices, particularly for those seeking to deliver on the post-2015 agenda.
21 Mar 2013
To read more about Young Lives in Vietnamese, and to download Vietnamese-language publications, visit our new country-specific website
08 Mar 2013
On International Women's Day we reflect on how violence in the home affects children's life chances
01 Mar 2013
Raising quality across the board, greater accountability mechanisms and ensuring children are not segregated by sector are essential if India is to deliver the quality education required under Education for All commitments, according to Dr Renu Singh, Young Lives India Country Director and co-author of a report on teaching quality: Teaching Quality Counts: How Student Outcomes Relate to Quality of Teaching in Private and Public Schools in India.
20 Feb 2013
This paper investigates whether the death of a parent during middle childhood (ages 7–8 to 11–12) has different effects on a child's schooling and psychosocial outcomes when compared with death during adolescence (ages 11–12 to 14–15) in Ethiopia
17 Feb 2013
Adolescent injuries in developing countries: how much do we actually know?
12 Feb 2013
The Young Lives India team met with Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) in Hyderabad on 12 February 2013 to present findings from the Young Lives school survey.
31 Jan 2013
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29 Jan 2013
The Young Lives team in Peru hosted a breakfast meeting on 29 January 2013 to discuss its research on the conditional cash transfer programme, Juntos.