Le dispositif sanitaire de l’Éducation nationale luxembourgeoise constitue un modèle unique en Europe.
Case Studies & Research
This article analyses the responses to bullying-related questions in the contextual questionnaires of pan-Canadian and international large-scale assessment studies in which Canadian students have participated.
La vie affective, relationnelle et sexuelle est d’une grande importance depuis la venue au monde de l’être humain. Elle ne cesse de s’exprimer au jour le jour par le vocabulaire du corps et de la pensée.
Improving student wellbeing and building resilience are crucial in preventing and reducing the impact of mental health problems. Schools play a vital role in promoting student wellbeing.
Educating girls has been argued to be a key contributor to a healthier and more affluent nation.
This report provides an initial look at newly collected data on the emerging impact of the pandemic on women’s sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and reproductive autonomy in the United States.
Using a sample of 1,211 households in Pakistan, the authors examine the effects of COVID-19 on three key domains: education, economic, and health-related. First, during school closures, 66 percent of surveyed households report not using technology for learning at all.
This research was conducted in March and April 2020 to explore children and young people’s reflections and perceptions on the COVID-19 outbreak. This study was organised in response to the young people’s continued child activism in the face of personal challenges.
This report details the key challenges people living with HIV are facing. Not only do they have their own unique health concerns, but many of them are also amongst the most marginalised in our societies and as a result are being hit hard by the COVID-19 related restrictions.
This report on adolescent health, nutrition and SRH in Ethiopia is one of a series of short reports presenting findings from baseline mixed-methods research as part of the Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence (GAGE) longitudinal study (2015–2024).