Policy Brief | Importance of Longitudinal Study of Well-being of Children and Young People in Georgia

Year: 2016

The policy brief aims to demonstrate the importance of a larger scale longitudinal study focusing on young people and children in Georgia.

The policy brief is based on: (1) a review of literature, policy, and existing research on young people and children in Georgia written by CRRC-Georgia (2) qualitative interviews with key informants, (3) data from focus groups and interviews with young people conducted by CRRC-Georgia and (4) data from the online survey conducted with experts in the children and youth affairs in Georgia.

The brief was conducted under the Measuring Youth Well-Being (MYWEB) project funded by the European Commission.