The UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre published yesterday a report about well-being of children in rich countries. 21 economically advanced nations in the world were assessed in six dimensions of child well-being.
The countries are ranked in material well-being, health and safety, educational well-being, family and peer relationships, behaviour and risks, and subjective well-being.
The first three position belong to the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark. The Czech Republic ranked 15th before France, Portugal, Austria, Hungary, the United State and Great Britain.
Czech children don’t suffer from material, educational or health deprivation but they feel neglected. They ranked 19th in terms of the quality of their relationships with parents and peers and 17th in terms of subjective assessments. For the whole report, click here.