As many children and youth across Canada head back to school, UNICEF will release a Report Card on how well Canada supports their well-being. Has Canada earned a grade you’d proudly put on your fridge?
For two decades, the UNICEF Report Card series has revealed the state of children and youth across high-income countries. In 2017, Canada ranked 25 th in the overall well-being of children and youth. UNICEF Report Card 16, to be released on September 3, provides the most recent, comparable assessment of the state of children and new insights about how Canada can “move the needle”. Join UNICEF Canada, Dr. Cindy Blackstock, Dr. Michael Ungar and other leading minds, across generations, for a participatory dialogue about what it will take.
Join the conversation on Twitter by tagging @OneYouthCanada and @ChildHealthCan or using the hashtags #ReportCard16 and #SparkLive