COhort cOmmunity Research and Development Infrastructure Network for Access Throughout Europe 5th call

Improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people is a policy priority for the EU. The availability of longitudinal data on child wellbeing is uneven across the EU and exists only in a minority of Member States. The EU-funded COORDINATE project will increase the visibility and use of data on child wellbeing across the EU. The COORDINATE team will also prepare the next phases of Europe’s first cross-national accelerated birth cohort survey called Growing Up In Digital Europe (GUIDE). COORDINATE includes 22 partners from 14 countries and builds upon the research undertaken by the FP7 Measuring Youth Well Being and H2020 European Cohort Development Projects.