The International Society for Child Indicators

ISCI Members

Members of ISCI come from many countries and walks of life, including academicians and researchers, government officials, data collectors, policymakers, child advocates, data users, , practitioners, and journalists.

The global character of the Society offers unique opportunities for studying and sharing knowledge as well as for seeking new partnerships and initiating studies and projects beyond the national or smaller regional networks.

Coming together under the banner of an international society to study and use indicators of child well-being offers an invaluable opportunity for collaboration, shared resources, problem-solving, support, and education. 

We hope you will consider joining this important society of scholars, policymakers, and stakeholders.

 

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