Growing Up in Ireland

Family and Relationships Spatial Sensitive Personal Personal

From: Central Statistics Office

Description

Growing Up in Ireland is the National Longitudinal study established as a cohort study in the context of a continued need for national-level empirical data and research on children. Held jointly by the CSO and Department of Children & Youth Affairs


Coverage

Growing Up in Ireland is the national longitudinal study of children and youth in Ireland.  It started in 2006 and follows two cohorts of children aged 9 years (Child Cohort/Cohort ’98 - 4 waves of data collection) and 9 months (Infant Cohort/Cohort ’08 - 5 waves of data collection).


Additional Info

Field Value
Sector Family and Relationships
Dataset Coverage Growing Up in Ireland is the national longitudinal study of children and youth in Ireland.  It started in 2006 and follows two cohorts of children aged 9 years (Child Cohort/Cohort ’98 - 4 waves of data collection) and 9 months (Infant Cohort/Cohort ’08 - 5 waves of data collection).
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Personal Data Yes
Sensitive Personal Data Yes
Business Data No
Spatial Data Yes
Data Sharing No
API Available No
Open Data No
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