The world at large

The world of the child and the world around the child allowed us to see how well-being varies between children within the same country. Yet, children’s experience of childhood does not exist in a social vacuum – it is rooted in the society in which they live. Therefore, we now broaden our focus to the world at large, understood as ‘national conditions that support child well-being’ – the outermost levels of our framework – to see why some countries have higher child well-being than others.

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