Network Meeting of National Statistical Office in Europe and Central Asia – Better Data for Better Lives of Adolescent Boys and Girls: The Role of Age- and Sex-disaggregated Data in National Data Systems

26-27  Nov 2019,


The TransMonEE Meeting 2019 starts with an analysis of national capacities to generate age- and sex-disaggregated data for a specific set of indicators relevant to SDG targets for children, adolescents and young people. The meeting will allow for an exchange of experiences with data collection for proposed gender-responsive child protection indicators. The overarching objective of the meeting is the validation of a set of key indicators, including definitions and methodologies, that would bolster national child protection monitoring systems and facilitate the fulfilment of gender equality commitments.

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Background documents:    
Concept note pdf pdf
Agenda pdf pdf
Agenda-World Café Abstracts pdf pdf
Summary Note Country Analytical Reports pdf pdf
Child Protection Indicators Manual - Consultation Draft pdf pdf
CRC for Adolescents pdf pdf
Gender Counts - South and Central Asia pdf pdf
Session 3    
Why age matters? Nina Ferencic, UNICEF pdf pdf
Why age matters? Astrid Podsiadlowski, FRA pdf pdf
Data Disaggregation Capacities Eduard Bonet, UNICEF pdf pdf
SDG Data Disaggregation in Kazakhstan Ainur Dosanova, NSI Kazakhstan pdf pdf
Session 5: Adolescent Indicators in Focus: “Child Marriage”    
Child marriage SDG 5.3.1 Eduard Jongstra, UNFPA pdf pdf
A profile on child marriage in ECA Aaron Greenberg, UNICEF pdf pdf
History Module on Child marriage Sinan Turkiylmaz, Hacettepe University pdf pdf
Session 6: Adolescent Indicators in Focus: “Participation and empowerment"    
Measurement of participation SDG 16.7.2 Alexandra Wilde, UNDP pdf pdf
Adolescent participation & fundamental rights Andrey Ivanov, FRA pdf pdf
Measurement of adolescent participation Lori Bell, UNICEF pdf pdf
Session 7: Measurement of adolescent poverty and well-being    
Measurement of adolescent poverty and well-being Natalia Vlasenko, Ukraine pdf pdf
Child Poverty Measurement Enrique Delamónica, UNICEF pdf pdf
MODA MICS Montenegro Olivera Komar, University of Montenegro pdf pdf
EU Multi-Dimensional Child Poverty David Gordon, Bristol University pdf pdf
Session 11: Child Protection monitoring in ECA region: Alternative Care    
Towards a Monitoring and Evaluation System for Children in Alternative Care, Slovakia Michal Milan pdf pdf
Child Data Portal: Belarus Irina Chigireva, NSO Belarus pdf pdf
Child Protection System - Bulgaria Krasimira Chobanova, Ministry of Interior pdf pdf
Session 13: IAEG-SDG on VAC   pdf
IAEG-SDG on VAC: Overview or work and plan Clauda Cappa, UNICEF pdf pdf
Feedback to the Statistical Classification on VAC Roza Akhmetova, CLSSR Kazakhstan pdf pdf
Implementation of IAEG recommendations on VAC data Vuk Čađenović pdf pdf
Session 14: Measuring Violence Against Children through Surveys of Violence Against Women    
FRA Study on VAW Sami Nevala, FRA pdf  
OSCE study adapting FRA methodology on VAW and VAG Gergely Hideg, OSCE pdf  
VAC data using the OSCE study Eduard Bonet, UNICEF pdf