... to work so much on their own bodies, that they take so much care about themselves, and are so ooh and aah. There are guys are like this who ... difference, 10 years, so… And name brother was the first child, I was the second, so I had it easier, you know, name brother had already ...
... R: No, in a town they act as if they don’t care but when I talk with my friends the comments and criticism that I hear ... by boys. All these for a very religious person, for a child or for my family are important and they promote discrimination. (...) ...
... I was a bit older than three, but I was young, I was a young child. But that was interesting, so there must have been a conversation among ... from an aunt and had his own property and my mother took care of her mother and her sister and kind of rested with her and she ended up ...
... average employment rate for mothers aged 20-49 with a young child (younger than 6 years old) is 65.4 % in comparison to 91.5 % of ... 15.0 % of 15-to-64 year old inactive women are inactive for care reasons, i.e. looking after dependents (children or incapacitated adults), ...31 Spalis 2019
... R: She worked at home, she raised the children and took care of the house. I: But she didn't have a paid job? R: No, ... a significant piece of that. I discovered - my youngest child is now 25 - and by the time he was 10 I had basically constructed a very ...
- Good practiceDigital agenda, Employment
... generous parental leave and its well-developed public day-care services, education, health and infrastructure, workplaces have not been ... currently under way to support fathers’ participation in child care, especially taking up parental leave. The Family Federation of ...08 Spalis 2018
... for an extremely paternalistic approach in terms of taking care of its employees, all aspects of its employees. So, for the first time my ... a significant piece of that. I discovered - my youngest child is now 25 - and by the time he was 10 I had basically constructed a very ...
- Study section
... Lorgelly, Owen, 2002) Life expectancy/family and child health Evidence of economic impact POSITIVE/INCREASE ... POSITIVE EFFECT /INCREASE Fathers increase their care-giving time when mothers increase their paid work (Hallberg and ...
- Gender mainstreaming tool21 Sausis 2015
... [ 3 ]. 13. Around 30% of working-age women with care responsibilities are either economically inactive or work part-time due to ... one or more children, or their wife/partner is expecting a child - have neither considered nor taken parental leave. Almost all eligible ...04 Kovas 2011
- Gender mainstreaming toolResearch05 Kovas 2015