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Talking to kids about racism, early and often

Jessica Grose - The New York Times, 3 June 2020.
06-06-2020
As protests over the killing of George Floyd spread, many parents are wondering how to talk about the deaths and unrest with their children.
 

Pandemic impacting demographics, not just economics

James Langton - Investment Executive, 2 June 2020.
06-06-2020
The Canadian economy will suffer from a lack of immigration due to Covid-19 fallout, but some of the effect may be offset by Canadians returning home from overseas and others deciding not to emigrate in the future.
 

Children with special educational needs as they return to school

The Conversation, 4 June 2020.
06-06-2020
Children with these conditions might find it especially difficult to adapt to changes in their education, because of the extra challenges homeschooling and online learning.
 

How quarantine has brought my family closer together

Clint Edwards - New York Times, 26 May 2020.
31-05-2020
With no weekend sports, volunteering or church obligations, our family connections are flourishing.
 

“The best place for children is with their mom and dad”

SOS Children’s Villages International, 15 May 2020.
31-05-2020
A couple of foster parents talk about the joys and challenges of this task.
 

I miss my grandchildren

Robin Marantz Henig - The Atlantic, 28 May 2020.
31-05-2020
One of the (very few) benefits of being in the 60s is that you can finally own up to a trait that’s pretty retro: that what one cherish most in life is family.
 

Coronavirus: Lockdown rules “unfair on many families”

BBC News, 29 May 2020.
31-05-2020
The changes to the coronavirus lockdown rules in Wales are not fair on people living away from their families or in rural communities, some of those affected have said.
 

Happy marriages encourage creativity, innovation at work

Ann Schmidt - FOX Business, 28 May 2020.
31-05-2020
People who are already highly creative are less affected by their personal relationships.
 

Can children spread the new coronavirus? Here’s what research says

Advisory Board, 26 May 2020.
31-05-2020
Health officials around the world are considering when to reopen schools, but researchers warn that studies on whether children can transmit the new coronavirus have shown mixed results.
 

Family-friendly policies crucial to help parents bear brunt of COVID-19

Made Anthony Iswara - The Jakarta Post, 1 June 2020.
29-05-2020
As the international community celebrates the Global Day of Parents on June 1, experts in Indonesia are calling to enact family-friendly policies to support working families and minimize negative consequences for children.
 
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