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.
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. "The family is the core institution for child-rearing worldwide, and decades of research have shown that strong families promote [...]
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 [...]
Press Release: 15 October 2015. One Parent Families Scotland has been shortlisted for the Living Wage Champion Awards 2015 in Scotland. The awards recognise Living Wage employers that have made great contributions to communities and [...]