International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI)

The new ISCI brings together experts in the field worldwide to:

•    Contribute to the well-being of all children.
•    Share knowledge and experience.
•    Develop standards.
•    Improve data resources.
•    Foster collaborative research and projects.
•    Foster diversity in methodological approaches.
•    Enhance dissemination of information on the status of children.
•    Help organizations apply the findings to policy and practice.
•    Enhance the capacity of the field in countries that are in the initial stages of producing child well-being indicators.