UNICEF Canada - One Youth
UNICEF Canada's One Youth is a nation-wide campaign designed to collect and report data on the wellbeing of Canadian children and youth. The goal of the campaign is to identify inequalities in wellbeing that will be used to inform policy and decision-making in Canada.
The Canadian Index of Child and Youth Well-being
The Canadian Index of Child and Youth Well-being is a framework built to bring together a wide range of data in order to measure levels, inequalities and trends in the state of children and youth in Canada. The Index provides a comprehensive view of how kids in Canada are doing. Data is tracked using the most recent statistical data for 125 indicators across nine "life" dimensions from birth to age 18. It is hoped that this report will be the baseline from which future reports will track progress (1).
Visit the UNICEF One Youth website
Read about the UNICEF Report Cards outlining data on the wellbeing of children and youth
1 "Where We Stand: The Canadian Index of Child and Youth Well-being." One Youth, https://oneyouth.unicef.ca/en/child-and-youth-well-being-index.