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Visibility, Vulnerability and Voice: The importance of including children and young people in official statistics

3 March 2022
Last updated:
18 May 2022

Annex A: Engagement

In researching this review we engaged with individuals from the following organisations. The extent of engagement varied between organisations. Organisations are listed alphabetically.


Administrative Data Research UK

Association for Young People’s Health

Children and Young People Commissioner Scotland

Children in Scotland

Children’s Commissioner for England

Children’s Commissioner for Wales

Children’s Social Care Research and Development Centre, Cardiff University


Defend Digital Me

Department for Education

Economic and Social Research Council

Education Scotland


Health Scotland

Institute for Government

International Public Policy Observatory

NIHR Children and Families Policy Research Unit

Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People

Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency


Observatory for Monitoring Data Driven Approaches to Covid-19

Office for National Statistics


Public Health Scotland

Rees Centre, Department of Education, University of Oxford

Scottish Government

Scottish Human Rights Commission

The Children’s Society

University of Sheffield

UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, Child Health Informatics Group

Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research and Data

Welsh Government

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