Rome, April 10 - Italy ranked 22 among 29 nations in a report by UNICEF released on Wednesday examining child well-being in the developed world, trailing behind nations like Spain, Hungary and Poland. Italy however offers its underage citizens higher well-being levels than Estonia, Slovakia and Greece, according to the international organization's "Report Card 11". The eurozone's third-largest economy ranks in the lowest third of nations in relation to infant poverty. It does, however, post the lowest level of bullying amongst children. The country also ranks 24 in terms of academic results of its minors.