COVID-19 aftershocks: out of time
These assessment results give further evidence that the most vulnerable families and their children are hardest hit in the pandemic.
Depopulation as a policy challenge
This report addresses depopulation from a multi-dimensional demographic perspective, not only looking at population size and age structure, but also differentiating by level of education and labor force participation.
Stress and parenting during the coronavirus pandemic
American parents have been presented with new challenges on how best to meet their child’s needs.
Review on leave policies and related research 2020
The International Network on Leave Policies and Research has been producing an annual review of leave policies and related research since 2005. It covers Maternity, Paternity and Parental leaves; leave to care for sick children and other employment-related measures to support working parents; and early childhood education and care policy.
Access to care services
This report focuses on three care services: early childhood education and care, healthcare, and long-term care. Access to these services has been shown to contribute to reducing inequalities throughout the life cycle and achieving equality for women and persons with disabilities.
Regional diversity in the European Union
Comparing some demographic data at a regional or subnational level is therefore often more meaningful and helps to increase the understanding of the diversity that exists within Member States and across the EU as a whole.
The impact of youth unemployment on the housing autonomy
How does youth unemployment and non-standard forms of employment, such as fixed-term and part-time contracts, affects the probability of young adults living on their own and away from their parents?
The COVID-19 pandemic and human fertility
Birth trends in response to the pandemic will vary according to socioeconomic conditions.
The impact of COVID-19 on children and parents
More than a quarter of Australia parents feel that they are failing their children, and more than a third said they had lost confidence in their parenting ability, showcasing negative effects on the mental health and wellbeing of children and parents in the wake of COVID-19.
Family resilience and COVID-19-related stress
Measuring resilience during the pandemic can allow better planning of resource allocation and inform interventions for individuals and communities to overcome the acute pandemic effects expected to impact mental health.