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  • Organisations
    of Québec Government Body http www travail gouv qc ca Information on parental leave in Québec and more Finland National Insurance Institution KELA Government Body http www kela fi in internet The National Insurance Institute provides information and statistics on social security benefits including maternity paternity parental leave benefits and child home care allowance in Finland Statistics Finland Government Body http www tilastokeskus fi Statistics Finland provides statistics on the labour market families and social protection in Finland Ministry of Social Affairs and Health STM Government Body http www stm fi The Ministry is responsible for social protection during leave as well as for gender equality in Finland Germany Federal Ministry for the Family the Elderly Women and Youth Government Body http www bmfsfj de The Ministry is responsible for all aspects of parental leave legislation and coordinates various family and equal opportunity policy initiatives on the ground The webiste offers wideranging information and reports on social policy issues German Youth Institute Government Body http www dji de The German Youth Institute is Germany s largest non university research institute devoted to the study of children youth and families The Institute employs a wide range of quantitative and qualitative research strategies and methods such as continuous social monitoring of changing living conditions and studies on specific socio political questions The Federal Statistics Office Government Body http www destatis de The Federal Statistics Office provides detailed statistics on the usage of parental leave and the provision of childcare throughout Germany Institute for the Study of Labor IZA Non Profit Organisation http www iza org IZA is an international research institute and a place for communication between academic science politics and economic practice One of its main research feilds is the evaluation labour market programs and policies The institute has published various studies on parental leave and childcare policies Greece General Secretariat for Gender Equality Government Body http www isotita gr The Secretariat belongs to the Ministry of the Interior and is competent to plan implement and monitor the implementation of policies on equality between women and men in all sectors In its website one can find the Greek National Policy Priorities and Axes for Action on Gender Equality 2004 2008 KETHI is the research body of the Secretariat on issues related to gender equality Foundation For Economic Industrial Research IOBE Non Profit Organisation http www iobe gr This is a private non profit public benefit research organisation It was established in 1975 with the dual purpose of promoting research on current problems and prospects of the Greek economy Employment Observatory Research Informatics SA Private Institution http www paep org gr The company P A E P S A is one of the two affiliated companies of OAED The Manpower Employment Organisation It covers a wide range of actions including research projects and studies on the labour market and monitoring of the national European and international progress and perspectives in the domains of labour market progress of vocations and identification of the

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  • Publications
    poverty among sole parents Family Policies in the OECD Countries A Comparative Analysis 2011 Olivier Thevenon OECD Further information Wiley online library Using comprehensive country level data from the OECD Family database covering variables such as parental leave conditions childcare service provision and financial support to families this article discusses the diversity of family policy models in 28 OECD countries in terms of the balance between their different objectives and the mix of instruments adopted to implement the policies Fathering in Australia among couple families with young children 2011 Jennifer Baxter and Diana Smart Australian Institute of Family Studies Download report PDF Fathering in Australia This report aims to increase understanding of the many ways in which fathers in couple families with young children contribute to family life through the study of their time investment with children their supportiveness as partners their financial contribution their parenting behaviours and styles and their perceptions of their own adequacy as fathers The impact of fathers on children s wellbeing is also examined The report uses data from Waves 1 to 3 of Growing Up in Australia the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children LSAC a large scale nationally representative study of children and families

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  • Archive (2005-2014)
    Policies International Network on Research Archive 2005 2014 In the archive you can find information on the annual reviews 2005 2014 and on previously held annual seminars including programmes and

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  • Annual reviews
    a standard format covering details of different types of leave recent developments information on take up and recent publications and current research projects The review also includes an overview of leave policies and research in participating countries and articles on leave policy issues and research This section gives links to the full reviews which in recent years have been published for the LP R network by the UK Department for

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  • Annual seminars
    Stockholm and National Social Insurance Agency Johanna Lammi Taskula National Institute for Health and Welfare THL Helsinki Nordic childcare policy Guðný Björk Eydal Institute for Economic Research Ljubljana Germany Sonja Blum Institut für Politikwissenschaft University of Münster Ireland Eileen Drew Department of Statistics Centre for Gender and Women s Studies Trinity College Dublin Finland Minna Salmi National Institute for Health and Welfare THL Helsinki Leave policies beyond childhood Highlights of Eurofound research about workers with care responsibilities for dependent persons Anna Ludwinek Research Officer Quality of Life and Living Conditions European Foundation for Living and Working Conditions Discussant Donna Lero Centre for Families Work and Well being University of Guelph Ontario The interplay between leave policies and early childhood services General Overview Peter Moss Thomas Coram Research Unit Institute of Education University of London Case study Slovenia Nada Stropnik Institute for Economic Research Ljubljana Discussant Marta Korintus Institute of Social Policy and Labour SZMI Budapest The future of leave policies a personal view Linda Haas Department of Sociology Indiana University Indianapolis OECD s historical data on legislation changes Olivier Thevenon Institut National d Etudes Démographiques 2012 UN year of work family Margaret O Brien School of Social Work and Psychosocial Sciences University of East Anglia Norwich 2010 Bologna Programme 7th International LP R seminar Bologna 7 8 October 2010 Leave policies within the family related policies Presentations Italian leave policies between progress and stalement Dino Giovannini Faculty of Education University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Major economic dimensions of leave policies Tindara Addabbo Faculty of Education University of Modena and Reggio Emilia Main results from research among human resource managers in the Emilia Romagna region Filippo M Bocchi Gruppo Hera Diversity management future assets for human resource management Marco Caputo Impronta Etica Reconciliation between work and family in Italy Francesca Pelaia Presidency of the Council of the Ministers Department for family policies The Swiss parental leave scheme Current situation and future developments Isabel Valarino Laboratory of Life Course Studies University of Lausanne National presentation Austria Christiane Rille Pfeiffer Austrian Institute for Family Studies University of Vienna If I were Prime Minister Innovative view on leave policies Manifesto 1 Fred Deven and Peter Moss Kenniscentrum WVG Team WO Departement Welzijn Volksgezondheid Gezin Brussels Thomas Coram Research Unit Institute of Education University of London Manifesto 2 Anna Escobedo Department of Sociology University of Barcelona The view beyond the EU Australia Michael Alexander Australian Institute of Family Studies Melbourne The view beyond the EU Canada Diane Gabrielle Tremblay and Donna Lero Télé université Université du Québec à Montréal Centre for Families Work and Well being University of Guelph Ontario Publications Gender equality incentives projects Tine Rostgaard Danish National Institute of Social Research Copenhagen 2009 Prague Programme 6th International LP R seminar Prague 10 11 September 2009 Leave policies within the family related policies Presentations Trends in Family Behaviour Fertility Pattern Jitka Rychtaríková Department of Demography and Geodemography Faculty of Science Charles University in Prague Leave policies within the family policies in the Czech

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  • Archive News
    dependents Both parents should be paid to spend time at home with their babies urges The Economist 10 Jun 2015 Influential magazine urges USA to take note of benefits of paid leave for mothers and fathers Cat Publication Comparative Maternity leave Paternity leave Parental leave New book on fathers taking parental leave in Quebec 28 May 2015 Study examines the experience of fathers taking leave and the effects on them and their families Cat Publication Canada Paternity leave Parental leave How have leave policies fared over the last 10 years 28 May 2015 Special journal issue examines changes in parental leave in 4 regions over the last decade Cat Publication Comparative Parental leave New global report on social protection for maternity 28 May 2015 Worldwide less than 40 per cent of women in employment are covered by law under mandatory maternity cash benefit schemes Cat Publication International organisation Maternity leave Other topic Norwegian Working Fathers in Global Working Life 30 Apr 2015 Global working life for men is not good for participant fatherhood Cat Publication Norway Parental employment Final evaluation of Australia s Paid Parental leave scheme 12 Mar 2015 Women take extra time away from work but no change

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  • About
    for Family Studies University of Vienna A 1010 Vienna Grillparzerstraße 7 9 T 43 1 4277 48901 F 43 1 4277 9489 E Mail webmaster oif ac at Web www

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  • Contact
    Moss Thomas Coram Research Unit 27 28 Woburn Square London WC1H 0AA Great Britain Tel 44 0207 612 6954 6957 Email peter moss ioe ac uk Scientific Director Fred Deven Kenniscentrum WVG Department for Welfare Public Health and Family K

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