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World happiness report

United Nations, 9 September 2013.
13-09-2013
This year edition of the Report reveals fascinating trends in the data judging just how happy countries really are.
 

Caring for children and dependants: effect on careers of young workers

Eurofound, 15 de julio 2013.
13-09-2013
Overview of the effects that the lack of childcare and care facilities for other dependants has on the career choices and situation of young men and women in the labour market.
 

Marriage breakdown and family structure in Ireland

Iona Institute, septiembre 2013.
06-09-2013
Census 2011 gives another chance to examine how much the family in Ireland is changing.
 

Can a parent do too much for their child? an examination by parenting professionals of the concept of overparenting

Queensland University of Technology, 2012.
05-09-2013
While the link between parenting effort and the wellbeing of children has been firmly established, contemporary discussion has proposed that extreme levels of parental protection of and responsiveness to children could be counterproductive.
 

Developing personal and household services in the EU - A focus on housework activities

ORSEU, enero 2013.
19-08-2013
Personal and household services (PHS) cover a broad range of activities that contribute to wellbeing at home of families and individuals.
 

Green Paper on the right to family reunification of third-country nationals living in the European Union

Comisión Europea, 15 de noviembre 2011.
09-08-2013
Since 2003 there are common European immigration rules in place to regulate the conditions to exercise the right to family reunification of third-country nationals at EU level.
 

A rising share of young adults live in their parents’ home

Richard Fry - Pew Research Center, 1 de agosto 2013.
03-08-2013
In 2012, 36% of the nation’s young adults ages 18 to 31—the so-called Millennial generation— were living in their parents’ home, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data.
 

How good for children is the “Good divorce”

Norval D. Glenn - Institute of American Values, abril 2012.
20-07-2013
Although it is clear that a good divorce is generally better for children than a bad divorce, there are reasons to think that some negative effects of divorce on children cannot be avoided merely by divorcing parents being cooperative and avoiding destructive behaviors.
 
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