Open call for research consultants in social policy and adolescent wellbeing UNICEF Innocenti is actively seeking to build it's rosters of pre-qualified research consultants in two important streams of work. Successful applicants will be eligible for consultancies between 6 weeks and 11.5 months. Consultancy rosters will remain active for three years. Social and Economic Policy (Closing date 3/12/2017) – Covering impact evaluation of cash transfers and other social protection policy interventions; multidimensional child poverty measurement (child poverty); analysis of child well-being and policies in middle- and high-income countries (Innocenti Report Card). Adolescent Wellbeing (Closing date 11/12/2017) – Covering gender, migration, child marriage, education, SRH, well-being, violence, food security and nutrition, social protection, child rights, participation, or related areas, as well as research assistance in developing new areas of work. Links to the UNICEF Innocenti application portal and all other current vacancies can be found accessed here. UNICEF Innocenti aims to ensure that high quality research contributes to evidence-informed policy making within UNICEF and among key partners.