We have outlined the key characteristics of single parents across Europe. However, the experiences and needs of one-parent households differ according to the age of both the parent and child, and that the vast majority of such households are single-mother households.
Younger mothers and mothers with young children are the least-employed parent groups, and that this is exacerbated for single mothers. This is relevant to policy considerations, as the age composition of one-parent households also differs from State to State. Read more.
Una buona strategia per combattere lo stress è quella di riconoscerlo e di cominciare a porvi rimedio prima che possa iniziare a causare angoscia.
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Our world is changing. Within a few years, the introduction of new technologies may affect not only labour market, but personal relationships as well. Climate and political changes drive tens of thousands of people out of […]
Family instability and early childhood health in the developing world, and international report from Trends Child.
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Press Release: 21 October 2015. HF Holidays’ Alltshellach hotel near Ballachulish has just hosted 12 families from inner city Glasgow on a weekend break introducing them to the joys of the great outdoors.
The walking […]