Children’s Worlds International Survey of Children’s Well-Being, is a worldwide research on children’s subjective well-being.
The study aims to collect solid and representative data on children’s lives and daily activities, their time use and in particular on their own perceptions and evaluations of their well-being.
The purpose is to improve children's well-being by creating awareness among children, their parents and their communities, but also among opinion leaders, decision makers, professionals and the general public.
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