For civil society, the Child Rights Barometer provides a unified, evidence-based approach for policy debates, advocacy and partnerships.
For national governments, the Child Rights Barometer provides a system-wide analysis of current policy efforts and gaps.
For international donors and organisations, the Child Rights Barometer provides a cross-national comparison that benchmarks progress and identifies next step reforms.
For concerned citizens and activists, the Child Rights Barometer provides easy-to-read information on how governments are working to end violence against children.
The Child Rights Barometer reviews the efforts of four countries to care and protect girls and boys. Review each country’s scores that analyse specific child rights issues through the five dimensions of government action: