Adverse Childhood Experiences, Intimate Partner Violence, and Mental Well-Being Among Mothers of Toddlers in Tirana, Albania: A Cross-Sectional Mediation Analysis

This article examines the relationship between maternal exposure to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), intimate partner violence (IPV), and two aspects of maternal mental well-being—stress and depressive symptoms in the context of Tirana, Albania.

New research shows one in three children who’ve been in care enter youth justice system

Children who’ve been in care are disproportionately likely to have youth justice involvement

Care Experience, Ethnicity and Youth Justice Involvement: Key Trends and Policy Implications

This briefing is based on descriptive findings from an ADR UK (Administrative Data Research UK) Research Fellowship project

Interested in child wellbeing and want to work on cutting-edge research?

The Policy Evaluation Research Unit at Manchester Metropolitan University is recruiting a Research Associate to work on the first pan-European cohort study measuring child and youth wellbeing across Europe