International Social Data Centres
TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research – Visit website
This research centre located at Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University, is directed by Michael Rosholm, a Professor of Economics. The centre aims to improve the social policies targeting children and youth in Denmark by pioneering new, scientific impact evaluations.
Nuffield Trust – Visit website
The Nuffield Trust is an independent health charity in the UK. The aim of the charity is to provide evidence-based research and bring together key parties to develop a high quality health and social care system for people in the UK. Their work is focused on five areas: NHS and social care reform, quality of health and social care, the NHS workforce, new models of health care delivery, as well as older people and complex care.
Children’s Data Network – Visit website
The Children’s Data Network is a university, agency, and community collaborative, based at the University of Southern California and directed by Emily Putnam-Hornstein. The work of the Children’s Data Network is focused on providing knowledge through the linkage and analysis of administrative data records to advance policies that will improve the well-being of children.
Kidsdata.org - Visit website
Kidsdata is a program of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health. This program aims to promote the health and well being of children in California through the provision of high-quality and wide-ranging data to those who work on behalf of children. The Kidsdata resource allows users to easily find, customize, and use data on more than 500 measures of child health and well being.