Program: Monitoring and Evaluation

  Dear Friends, On April 12, 2018, more than 100 practitioners from the fields of child advocacy, social policy, and government attended the event, Working with Families of the Poor: Taking Forward the Legacy of Salvador Minuchin, hosted by Equity for Children at The New School. Joining me as guest speakers were Howard Steele, Professor of […]
Our Executive Director, Alberto Minujin, presented a research paper at the conference “Putting Children First: Identifying Solutions and Taking Actions to tackle Poverty and Inequality in Africa” in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from October 23 to 25, 2017. This three-day international conference aimed to engage policy makers, practitioners and researchers in identifying solutions for fighting child poverty and […]
Dear Friend, Equity for Children continues its focus on improving the wellbeing of the most disadvantaged children, particularly those living in cities, as 2016 draws to a close. In New York, we co-sponsored an event on November 22, Growing Up NYC: Policy Framework, with the Center for New York City Affairs. The framework comprehensively addresses children’s development from […]
Dear Friend, I am excited to announce the launch of Equity for Children’s new, streamlined website, providing improved access to our articles, tools and programs! Visit to read about our most recent work and explore our resources.  For new followers, don’t forget to check out what we do, our programs and    our publications. For Spanish and Portuguese speakers, I […]
On March 8, 2017, Tackling Child Poverty in Latin America: Rights and Social Protection in Unequal Societies, edited by Alberto Minujin, Monica Gonzalez Contro and Raul Mercer was published by the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty  (CROP), Columbia University Press and  Ibidem Verlag, Stuttgart. This book highlights current debates about concepts, methods, and policies related to […]
A seven-part resource guide to help our youth lead healthier and happier lives Hannah Cotts has published on a seven-part resource guide on family health, which includes tips on nutrition, exercise, general health insurance, and even personal hygiene instruction. It is an interesting and informative resource considering the general state of health in the […]
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. Authors 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 […]

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