Indicators

Child rights indicators are used to closely monitor the implementation and realisation of children's rights. However, the choice of indicators may entail significant consequences for the final results that come out. Therefore, the use of indicators is highly debated in the (international) children's rights scene. Following this discussion, KeKi conducted a critical study of children's rights indicators, based on which specific guidelines have been formulated that are important for the development of such indicators.

Research

Op de Beeck, H. (2014). Children's rights indicators from theory to implementation: The Flemish case. Child Indicators Research.Online first, DOI 10.1007/s12187-014-9240-z. (article)

  • Report and article about KeKi's critical study on child rights indicators.

Presentations

Op de Beeck, H. (2013). Children’s rights indicators from theory to implementation: The Flemish case. Paper presented at the 4th Congress of the International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI), Seoul National University, Seoul, 29-31 May 2013.

  • An international presentation of KeKi's critical study on child rights indicators.