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France has the highest fertility in Europe
11-01-2021
Fertility remained stable in France between 2018 and 2019, after having fallen from 2.02 children per woman in 2010 to 1.84 in 2018. Have similar fluctuations occurred elsewhere?
 

USA: 2020 Demographic Analysis Estimates
11-01-2021
This document summarizes the methodology used to produce the official 2020 data.
 

Work-care reconciliation in Germany
05-01-2021
Outcomes of consultations, pointing out options for further development and formulating concrete recommendations for action.
 

Why parenting matters for children in the 21st century
27-12-2020
This paper provides a structured overview of the existing parenting literature with the aim of developing an evidence-based and culture-sensitive framework of parenting and its influence on child development.
 

Vulnerabilities beyond age
25-12-2020
Filling the gaps in asylum hearing procedures for the almost 14,000 unaccompanied minors registered as asylum seekers in the European Union.
 

The Palgrave handbook of family policy
19-12-2020
This open access handbook provides a multilevel view on family policies, combining insights on family policy outcomes at different levels of policymaking.
 

Social protection in high-income countries
12-12-2020
The UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, slams the levels of financial support for children allocated by high-income countries during the pandemic as totally inadequate.
 

Social protection in Southern and Eastern Europe and Central Asia
06-12-2020
Acknowledging that health, economic, and social crises can rapidly become a crisis for children, this paper seeks to contribute evidence to understanding what the crisis means for them and for their families in those countries.
 

Learning inequality during the pandemic
27-11-2020
Suspension of face-to-face instruction in schools during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to concerns about consequences for student learning. This study evaluates the effect of school closures on primary school performance using exceptionally rich data from the Netherlands.
 

Societal impacts of COVID-19 for children and adolescents
22-11-2020
Examining the available evidence of the pandemic to understand the potential nd actual societal effects on children and identifying viable evidence-based solutions are critical pathways to inform timely policy and programmatic responses.
 
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