Paul Dornan is Senior Policy Officer for Young Lives in the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford. Paul’s role is to work with researchers and policy staff across the study, and to engage with policy communities to develop the Young Lives evidence base and arguments in order to ensure these are relevant and effectively communicated to influence policy debates. In this interview, Paul discusses the main policy implications of this fourth round of research in the Young Lives study, particularly highlighting measures that can be taken immediately to help improve child wellbeing. The interview also places the Young Lives study within the context of the current UN initiatives including the Sustainable Development Goals, Post-2015 Development Agenda and the Data Revolution.
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