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Child poverty, evidence and policyMainstreaming children in international development$

Nicola A. Jones

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9781847424464

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847424464.001.0001

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(p.v) List of figures, tables and boxes

(p.v) List of figures, tables and boxes

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Child poverty, evidence and policy
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Policy Press

Figures

  1. i.1 Approach taken in this book 4

  2. 1.1 Taxonomy of agency exercised by those in poverty 19

  3. 4.1 MDG 1 – underweight children in sub-Saharan Africa 90

  4. 4.2 MDG 2 – net primary enrolment in sub-Saharan Africa 90

  5. 4.3 MDG 4 – under-five mortality in sub-Saharan Africa 91

  6. 4.4 MDG 3 – gender equality in primary education in sub-Saharan Africa 92

  7. 4.5 MDG 5 – maternal mortality ratio in sub-Saharan Africa 93

  8. 5.1 MDG 1 – underweight children in Asia 126

  9. 5.2 MDG 2 – net primary enrolment in Asia 128

  10. 5.3 MDG 4 – under-five mortality in Asia 130

  11. 5.4 MDG 3 – gender equality in education in Asia 133

  12. 5.5 MDG 5 – maternal mortality ratio in Asia 134

  13. 6.1 MDG 1 – underweight children in LAC 168

  14. 6.2 MDG 2 – net primary enrolment in LAC 168

  15. 6.3 MDG 4 – under-five mortality in LAC 169

  16. 6.4 MDG 3 – gender equality in education in LAC 170

  17. 6.5 MDG 5 – maternal mortality ratio in LAC 171

  18. 7.1 Our approach 195

Tables

  1. 1.1 Mapping UN rights instruments and key MDGs 11

  2. 1.2 Selected sources of child poverty and well-being indicators 13

  3. 1.3 3D well-being – dimensions, areas of study, indicators and key determinants 15

  4. 1.4 Mapping UNCRC Articles and 3D child well-being 17

  5. 1.5 Redmond’s taxonomies of child agency mapped across 3D well-being dimensions with examples 20

  6. 2.1 Alternative quality criteria 28

  7. 2.2 Selected possible generic strengths and weaknesses of PPAs and surveys 35

  8. 2.3 Selected examples of combining qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis 35

  9. 2.4 Examples of combining qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis on childhood well-being 39

  10. (p.vi) 2.5 Selected studies on children’s participation in research and the ways in which power relations are understood 41

  11. 3.1 Examples of determinants of policy change 57

  12. 3.2 Factors mediating children’s direct participation in policy processes 72

  13. 4.1 Children in sub-Saharan Africa: selected material well-being indicators 91

  14. 4.2 Africa: Levels and trends in MDG 4 – under-five mortality, 1990–2008 (mortality rate per 1, 000 live births) 92

  15. 4.3 Children in sub-Saharan Africa: selected relational well-being indicators 93

  16. 4.4 MMR per 100, 000 live births by region 94

  17. 4.5 Under-five mortality rates: average versus poorest quintiles in selected sub-Saharan African countries 94

  18. 4.6 Under-five mortality rates: trend data of average versus poorest quintiles in selected sub-Saharan African countries 95

  19. 4.7 Selected sub-Saharan African countries and relational well-being data in UNICEF MICS 96

  20. 4.8 Children in sub-Saharan Africa: selected subjective well-being studies of children’s perceptions of poverty and well-being 97

  21. 4.9 Selected institutions with a research focus on child poverty and well-being in Africa 99

  22. 4.10 International donor agencies and investment in research on child poverty and well-being 101

  23. 4.11 Select research in peer-reviewed journals about participatory research with children in Africa 104

  24. 4.12 Selected communities of practice on child well-being in Africa 108

  25. 4.13 Selected examples of evidence-informed policy influencing child well-being in Africa by international agencies 111

  26. 5.1 Children in Asia: selected material well-being indicators 132

  27. 5.2 Asia: levels and trends in MDG 4 – under-five mortality, 1990–2008 (mortality rate per 1, 000 live births) 132

  28. 5.3 Children in Asia: selected relational well-being indicators 136

  29. 5.4 MMR per 100, 000 live births by Asia region 136

  30. 5.5 Under-five mortality rates: average versus poorest quintiles in selected Asian countries 136

  31. 5.6 Under-five mortality rates: trend data average versus poorest quintiles in selected Asian countries 137

  32. 5.7 Selected Asian countries and relational well-being data in UNICEF MICS 137

  33. (p.vii) 5.8 Children in Asia: selected subjective well-being studies of children’s perceptions of poverty and well-being 138

  34. 5.9 Selected institutions with a research focus on child poverty and well-being in Asia 140

  35. 5.10 Research about children involving children’s participation in Asia 142

  36. 5.11 Selected communities of practice on child well-being in Asia 147

  37. 6.1 Children in LAC: selected material well-being indicators 169

  38. 6.2 LAC: levels and trends in MDG 4 – under-five mortality, 1990–2008 (mortality rate per 1, 000 live births) 170

  39. 6.3 Children in LAC: selected relational well-being indicators 171

  40. 6.4 MMR per 100, 000 live births by LAC region 172

  41. 6.5 Selected LAC countries and relational well-being data in UNICEF MICS 172

  42. 6.6 Children in LAC: selected subjective well-being studies of children’s perceptions of poverty and well-being 173

  43. 6.7 Selected institutions with a research focus on child poverty and well-being in Latin America 175

  44. 6.8 Selected research in peer-reviewed journals about children involving children’s participation in Latin America 178

  45. 6.9 Selected communities of practice on child well-being in Latin America 182

Boxes

  1. 1.1 Challenges in available indicators and child poverty 11

  2. 2.1 What counts as rigorous evidence? 27

  3. 2.2 Age-disaggregated data collection 30

  4. 3.1 The evolution of approaches to analysing policy processes 54

  5. 5.1 User committees focused on basic services for children 152

  6. 5.2 Decentralisation in Andhra Pradesh 153

  7. 6.1 Communication for empowerment 186

  8. 6.2 Community radio for parents 190