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New Free Resources For Parents & Professionals

The Family and Childcare Trust have announced a series of projects and events such as a set of free resources for parents and professionals, a free seminar and a one day training. Free Resources for Parents and Professionals. The Family and Childcare Trust have launched a set of free online resources aimed at parents who [...]

By | May 29th, 2015|News|Comments Off on New Free Resources For Parents & Professionals

Ireland – One-Parent Family Payment changes to be raised in Seanad.

Senator Katherine Zappone accuses State of compelling single parents to work full-time. Independent Senator Katherine Zappone. Ms Zappone will raise changes to the One-Parent Family Payment in the Seanad. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times. Changes to the One-Parent Family Payment (OPFP) are to be raised in the Seanad on Wednesday by Independent Senator [...]

By | April 15th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Ireland – One-Parent Family Payment changes to be raised in Seanad.

Meps’ Last Attempt To Save Maternity Leave Extension

MEPs are working around the clock to break the seven-year impasse on extending maternity leave, after European Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans said he would withdraw the proposed law within six months if the deadlock between Parliament and EU ministers was not broken. “We must progress towards equality, but also allow women to balance family [...]

By | April 15th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Meps’ Last Attempt To Save Maternity Leave Extension

Parenting Alone – Czech Republic.

Parenting Alone: How multiple Factors Shape Parental Competences and Futures of Children. In the Czech Republic, where I live, single mothers are seen as somehow deficient – or sometimes even as failures. They are the unlucky women who were not able to keep their child’s father – or even choose wisely the man who fathered [...]

By | April 6th, 2015|News|Comments Off on Parenting Alone – Czech Republic.

Welfare to work devolution in England.

Welfare to work policy needs a radical shake up if we’re going to meaningfully reduce poverty. Getting people off benefits isn’t enough – they need sustained employment with opportunities for progression too, says Josh Stott. Could greater devolution of welfare to work help? Our new report, Welfare to work devolution in England, which reviews the [...]

By | April 3rd, 2015|News|Comments Off on Welfare to work devolution in England.

OECD: Skills For Social Progress

OECD has recently published a book "Skills for Social Progress: The Power of Social and Emotional Skills". In 140 pages, the book explains why social and emotional skills are important for learning and future success of our children, and how they combine not only with school education, but also with external factors such as poverty. [...]

By | April 3rd, 2015|News|Comments Off on OECD: Skills For Social Progress

Alliance For Investing In Children

The EU Alliance for Investing in Children, coordinated by Eurochild, officially launched its “Implementation Handbook - Putting the Investing in Children Recommendation into practice” on 1st of April in the European Parliament, during an exchange of views with stakeholders, in the context of preparing the draft INI report on "Reducing inequalities with a special focus [...]

By | April 2nd, 2015|News|Comments Off on Alliance For Investing In Children

Shared Parental Leave The New Regulations In a Nutshell

New paper published by the Institute for Employment Studies. The new rules around sharing parental leave come into play this week - are you ready? This paper offers a concise summary of the key facts you need to implement the new regulations. It also offers an insight into the questions being asked by employers, and [...]

By | April 2nd, 2015|News|Comments Off on Shared Parental Leave The New Regulations In a Nutshell

Child Welfare Systems are Innovating Ways to Eradicate Racial Patterns of Experience by Families of Color

March 26, 2015 Child Welfare Systems Are Innovating Ways to Eradicate Racial Patterns of Experience by Families of Color. Poorer Outcomes for African American, Native American and Latino Children and Families Persist Washington, D.C.— For the last 10 years, child welfare administrators, state human service agencies and local communities have developed more sophisticated strategies to [...]

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Minimum Income Standard & Childcare

Attached is a copy of the recent paper on the Minimum Income Standard and Childcare researched and produced by the Vincentian Partnership. I was asked to comment on it at their launch seminar Morning 31 March. see justicematters.ie for more details. James-Stuart Duffin's (One Family) response: Minimum Income; Childcare; and One Parent Families in Ireland: [...]

By | April 2nd, 2015|News|Comments Off on Minimum Income Standard & Childcare