The Child Well-being Data Portal is the OECD’s hub for comparative data on child well-being. Built using the latest available data from OECD databases and a range of leading international child surveys and data collection programmes, the Data Portal contains over 200 comparative measures on child well-being outcomes and the drivers of well-being stemming from children’s environments. Data are available where possible for all OECD Members and Partners, OECD Accession countries, and EU Member states.
Find comparative data on children's well-being outcomes in four core outcome areas: their material outcomes; their physical health outcomes; their cognitive and educational outcomes; and their social and emotional outcomes.
Find comparative data on the drivers of child well-being, including their own activities, attitudes, behaviours and relationships, as well as the broader settings and environments in which they live.
Find comparative data on child-relevant public policies, including family policies, housing policies, education policies, and more.
The OECD Child Well being Dashboard is a tool for policy makers and the public to monitor countries’ efforts to promote child well being. Built using a selection of headline indicators from the data portal, the dashboard contains 20 key internationally comparable indicators on children’s well being outcomes, plus a range of additional context indicators on important drivers of child well being and on child relevant public policies.