Wellbeing in London dataLondon’s first Wellbeing and Sustainability Measure has been developed by the Greater London Authority’s (GLA) City Intelligence. There are 7 domains related to good health, employment opportunities, decent housing, environmental quality, social connectedness, financial security, and accessible spaces. Within these domains are 64 indicators, covering both objective and subjective aspects of wellbeing. See […]
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KidsRights has published its annual index looking at children’s rights across the world, including the UK. The Index measures and ranks several domains including a child’s right to protection. It looks at child labour, adolescent birth rate and birth registration. Methodology is provided on the website.
Measures bank for Children and Young Peoples Wellbeing What Works Centre for Wellbeing has a developed a metrics framework to measure the subjective wellbeing of children and young people in the UK. This along with a guide can be downloaded from the website. The bank of measures is being developed through a Rapid Evidence Assessment […]
More children in the UK are unhappy with their lives according to the latest annual report from the Children’s Society which measures happiness and wellbeing in over 2,000 children aged 10-17. It now has data for the last decade. Topics include family life, appearance, friendships and more. Full methodology is on the website.
Aims to be the first globally comparative study of women’s health. It is based on Gallup world poll data. The website is providing information on the methodology which aims to include qualitative life interviews as well as numbers. The full data will be released in the autumn.
Where is the most expensive city to live? Download the free data from the latest Economist Intelligence Unit report which covers over 200 cities worldwide. It is conducted every 6 months and compares more than 400 prices including food, drink, transport and recreational costs. It includes useful graphs comparing the average price of a white […]