Human Rights and Social Policies for Children and Women: The Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) in Practice

This book offers compelling insights on improving the well-being of children and women, primarily based on the use of the Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS) designed by UNICEF. 26-human_rights_social_policy_bookAuthors from around the world represent diverse perspectives as members of academia, NGOs, government agencies, and international-development agencies, including UNICEF country offices. This resource is meant for policy makers, researchers, programmers, statisticians, and advocates in their endeavors to make further progress in the struggle for the respect, protection, and fulfillment of the rights of children and women.

Alberto Minujin, Enrique Delamonica, Marina Komarecki (editors)

Graduate Program in International Affairs, The New School 2006 ISBN-10: 0976625202
ISBN-13: 978-0976625209

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