Scores range from 0 to 1 (strongest action) and incorporate the five dimensions of government action: law and policy, services, capacity, coordination and accountability.
Analyse each country’s actions to end and prevent violence and care and protect girls and boys in vulnerability situations. Scores are provided by issue and based on the five dimensions of government action.
Analyse each country’s child protection commitments according to their own developed laws and policies and compared to their responsibility under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Compare these commitments to implementation actions taken in each country.
Analyse each country’s social protection expenditure by GDP compared with their overall score.
Analyse each country’s progress to maintain social work as a profession.
Analyse each country’s progress to create a governance environment suited for child protection efforts.