This presentation will focus on a comparative analysis of different approaches to measuring children's subjective well-being based on data gathered through two surveys of the well-being of children undertaken in 2008 and 2010 in England.

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1
Author 
Gwynther Rees
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Research
Related reports 

Through Young Eyes - full report

Our Through Young Eyes report is a survey of almost 2,000 children, giving the most up-to-date snapshot of how children are affected by poverty in the UK today, as well as their expectations for the future. The report was released marking the launch of the first-ever Children’s Commission on Poverty - a unique opportunity for children to join forces and closely examine for themselves, the stark realities facing thousands of families living under the poverty line.

Date published 
October 2013
Number of pages 
20

Through Young Eyes - report summary

Our Through Young Eyes report is a survey of almost 2,000 children, giving the most up-to-date snapshot of how children are affected by poverty in the UK today, as well as their expectations for the future. The report was released marking the launch of the first-ever Children’s Commission on Poverty - a unique opportunity for children to join forces and closely examine for themselves, the stark realities facing thousands of families living under the poverty line.

Date published 
October 2013
Number of pages 
2