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UNICEF Report Card 11 can fuel discussions about child and youth wellbeing
The UNICEF Report Card 11 tracks the progress of children in affluent countries. Canada ranked 17th out of 29 countries and this position hasn’t changed since their last report, ten years ago. National research supports the Halton data, confirming the positive progress on indicators of child and youth wellbeing but also highlighting where more work is needed. The UNICEF Report Card 11 is a resource that can help contribute to our discussions about how to reach higher standards, improve service and program planning and work together to change policies.
Assets are up!
Our Kids Network report says that life is improving for Halton youth, but the community must continue to build on strengths to maintain momentum
The third Halton Youth Survey Community Profile says that high risk behaviours are down and family support and school safety have improved. The Community Profile was presented to Halton Region Health and Social Services Committee on March 19, 2013 and compares results from 2006 to 2012.
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