The International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) Impact Award is meant to highlight the use of child well-being indicators in ways that are likely to have a direct impact on the well-being of children. Through this award, ISCI recognises that many members of the ISCI community focus as much on impact as on scholarship and that applied child indicator work is highly valued within ISCI.
The International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) Award in honor of Alfred J. Kahn and Sheila B. Kamerman recognises researchers and scholars demonstrating profound involvement in international comparative studies of children welfare and well-being, and whom in their studies and scholarly writing have been significantly contributing to the advancement of child indicators internationally.
The International Society for Child Indicators (ISCI) in honor of Christine Hunner-Kreisel was introduced for the first time at the 8th ISCI Conference. The award is directed to researchers and scholars contributing to multi-cultural and qualitative research that advances our knowledge on children’s well-being internationally. It is intended to support emerging researchers and scholars pursuing research in this field.