Monthly Archives: May 2013

Work-Life Balance research

The Rouen Business School in France is currently studying the consequences generated by an extensive use of technology life smart phones, tablets etc on couples’ work-life balance, work attitudes and relational satisfaction. In other words, they are exploring how much … Continue reading

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‘No Time for Children’

Yesterday we organised a book launch event called ‘No Time for Children’ at the European Parliament. Some thoughts on the event: The landscape of childbearing is changing: postponement of parenthood and growth in unwanted childlessness. Research evidence shows that countries … Continue reading

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International Day of Families 2013 – Why not today?

The International Day of Families is observed on the 15th of May every year. The Day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly resolution in 1993 and reflects the importance the international community attaches to families. “… Member States … Continue reading

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