- ResourceHealth, Violence
Non-authorization to leave country ––Withholding passports of parents ––Withholding ... parental authority –– Removing the child from the family (last recourse) Child Protection Provisions Number of FGM ...
... Programme "Good Practices for the reconciliation of work and family and Professional Life" that was implemented within the context of the ...
... 2013. The paper refers to the Greek formal childcare and leave system as well as the existing informal childcare arrangements (care by family members and child-minders). It also includes the present policy debate ...
... socially excluded from the labour market due to maternity leave and other reasons. It is planned to bring these mothers in different ... work, acquiring skills and qualifications, solving issues of family and work compatibility. ...
- ResourceHealth, Violence
... between women and men in society. Violence in the family or domestic unit occurs in every Council of Europe member state despite ... punish all forms of violence against women, including in the family and domestic unit. Relation: Directorate General of Human Rights ...01 Sausis 2008
... gives three main results. Firstly, in Luxembourg, the family policy is mainly provided by cash-benefits. Cash-benefits may have an ... there are little incentives for fathers to take parental leave. Thirdly, over the past ten years, Luxembourg has developed the provision ...
- PublicationHealth, Justice, Youth, Violence
... that 47 000 women were killed by intimate partners or other family members worldwide and around 2 600 in Europe. However, the number of ... hinder their access to justice, leaving victims of femicide (family members of murdered women) feeling neglected. EIGE’s research ...27 Sausis 2023
... drew attention to past and future trends in fertility and family formation. Family support in the form of appropriate child care, ... as: Financial benefits; Maternity and paternity leave; Social dialogue; Raising awareness; Active labour market ...
- Policy areaEconomic and financial affairs
... working arrangements and a larger uptake of parental leave benefits by fathers. Additionally, part-time employment has become an ... market for women whose labour supply is constrained by family responsibilities. Facilitating the eventual transition from part-time to ...05 Kovas 2015
- Policy areaMigration
... for migration is taken into account. Women migrating for family reasons have averagely lower employment rates than women arriving for ... reunification. Additionally, they might be forced to leave their children behind because they do not have their own accommodation. ...11 Rugsėjis 2020
... policies are designed to minimise conflict between work and family responsibilities and to encourage women’s participation in the labour ... reproduction. The 1996 EU Directive on Parental Leave is a reconciliation policy that has been established in all European ...19 Balandis 2011
- Toolkit pageDigital agenda, Employment
... engagement in the company. The uptake of parental leave by fathers is not primarily the result of availability of measures, but ... which provides advice on how to coordinate career and family. Not many companies collect data measuring issues such as the uptake ...