Insights reports offer evidence on experiences of children and young people

The Social Wellbeing Agency has published four Insights Briefs summarising recent work to better understand the needs and life experiences of children and young people, and the impact of services provided to them.

“These reports show how existing data and evidence can be better used to provide insights on how government can support children, young people and their families who are interacting with social sector agencies.

“Data enables us to understand a huge amount about the lives of children and their families, including how they are interacting with government over their lifetimes and where there are opportunities to do better.

“These insights have already been used by policymakers and decision-makers to better respond to the additional needs of children and young people through improved services and programmes,” says Aphra Green, Deputy Chief Executive, Policy, Data and Insights.

The details of the four reports are below.

“We intend to build on the above analysis over the coming year to provide further insights to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families,” she said.

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