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  • Italian Parliament discusses proposal to introduce Paternity leave
    12 Apr 2012 As part of a wider reform of the labour market the Italian Parliament is currently discussing a proposal for 3 days compulsory paid Paternity leave to be taken during the first 5 months after childbirth Other measures under discussion include increased protection from dismissal for women on maternity leave and to increase labour supply the introduction of a means tested voucher towards the cost of childcare for

    Original URL path: http://www.leavenetwork.org/news/show/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=2455&cHash=9c764efd5a4794e63e3dbae465fdecf7 (2016-02-15)
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  • Call for papers
    which lead young and older men either to reject to escape or to unconsciously avoid feminine jobs or in contrast to transgress the gendered order and to better define the similarities and differences between men and women in terms of accessing and progressing in a particular profession identifying and better understanding general social processes which either help build up and legitimize men s presence in feminine professional fields or lead

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  • Parental leave policies and the economic crisis in the Nordic countries
    in 2008 growth slowed down and imbalances in the public economy gave reason to consider cuts in spending as well as structural reforms in various policy areas The possible impacts of the crisis on parental leave policies were discussed at a seminar that was a part of Finland s 2011 presidency in the Nordic Council of Ministers In this seminar report presentations from Denmark Finland Iceland Norway and Sweden cover

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  • Germany: Evaluation report of 2007 parental leave reforms
    12 months after childbirth while it also aimed at reducing the labour market absence of parents after the first 12 months of leave The German Institute for Economic Research s new Elterngeld Monitor shows that labour market participation of mothers during the first year after birth has declined significantly presumably due to the higher average compensation offered At the same time labour market participation rates after 12 months have risen

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  • Effects of German parental leave reforms
    on the time mothers and fathers in couples spent on child care The findings suggest that the extensions of the maximum period of low paid or unpaid leave between 1986 and 1992 and the introduction of shorter well paid leave and two daddy months in 2007 indirectly affected maternal and paternal child care through changes in mothers work return decisions Even after controlling for these indirect effects and fathers take

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  • Archive News
    to introduce 3 days compulsory paid Paternity leave and other work life measures Cat Policy Italy Paternity leave Maternity leave Services for children Call for papers 12 Apr 2012 Call for papers for special issue of Recherches sociologiques et anthropologiques RS A on Transgressing Gender at Work Men in Feminine Jobs Cat Other Type Other topic Parental leave policies and the economic crisis in the Nordic countries 12 Apr 2012

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  • Both parents should be paid to spend time at home with their babies, urges The Economist
    leave The Economist article states that other countries are rightly proud of their leave policies but argues that overly generous provision sometimes harms women rather than helping them One way to avoid this harm is paid leave for fathers Not only are women big winners but fathers children and society benefit too The article concludes Parental leave that is generous but not too generous is essential if mothers are not

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  • New book on fathers taking parental leave in Quebec
    parenting as experienced by fathers since the introduction of parental leave and paternity leave reserved for fathers under the Quebec Parental Insurance Plan How have men seen leave and what have they experienced and felt during leave while they are left alone with their child at home How has this experience affected the models of masculinity and femininity or the parenting styles of men and women What factors have encouraged

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