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Studies
26 Family-oriented policies and priorities in VNRs
United Nations - Department of Economic and Social Affairs, May 2020. [18-05-2020]
The analysis of 127 Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) submitted by 114 UN Member States indicates that families may be key to ensure progress towards the SDGs by 2030, with close to 90 % of countries making specific references to them.
27 Report on the World Social Situation 2018
United Nations, December 2018. [30-12-2018]
Evidence from across the world shows that social protection prevents poverty, reduces inequality and improves health and education.
28 Social protection systems in the EU
European Union, 2015. [11-03-2015]
This report provides a comprehensive overview of how social protection systems in the EU are financed. It examines the sources and structures of this financing, along with how money is spent and resources allocated. Finally, the document addresses the question of the effectiveness and efficiency of the systems in place and also provides country overviews and relevant data.
29 The new dad: take your leave
Boston College Center for Work & Family, june 2014. [21-07-2014]
Fathers want to be present and involved from the first days of their children’s lives and increasingly expect their employers to support them, according to this study of 30 corporations and more than 1,000 fathers.
30 The Supporting Healthy Marriage Evaluation
U.S. Dep. of Health and Human Services, 15 de febrero 2014. [17-01-2014]
Effectiveness of a skills-based relationship education program designed to help low-income married couples and to support more stable and nurturing home environments.
 
Videos
31 The European refugee crisis
United Nations [05-10-2015]
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres, discusses the need to increase support to both refugees and host countries, and shares his personal reaction to the European refugee crisis.
 
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