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Family Seminar in Sweden
24-04-2018
The Swedish families organization Haro has held a seminar in Stockholm (17th April) on ‘The forgotten imbalance between work and family’.
 

Family Enrichment Leaders
19-04-2018
The first Meeting of IFFD Family Enrichment Latin American leaders has been held in Cartagena (Colombia), 13-14 April 2018.
 

UNICEF Regional Consultancy
08-04-2018
UNICEF has issued a regional consultancy on parenting programmes in the Middle East & North Africa Region including a focus on Jordan.
 

Fertility in the European Union
01-04-2018
According to recently published data by the statistical office of the European Union, women who gave birth to their first child in 2016 were on average 29 years old, and the total fertility rate in the EU stood at 1.60 births per woman in 2016.
 

High-Level Meeting in Marseille
05-04-2018
A new presentation of the Project on Inclusive Cities for Sustainable Families to local authorities has been held in Marseille (April 4th-5th 2018), organized by the Municipality of Marseille, in partnership with the European Local Inclusion and Social Action Network (ELISAN),the Department of Bouches-du-Rhône, the Regional Council of the Veneto Region and the International Federation for Family Development (IFFD).
 

The future or rural women
24-03-2018
The 62nd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women concluded with the closing remarks delivered by the executive director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka. [Photo: UN Women/Ryan Brown]
 

Family policy and economic inequality
19-03-2018
Using data from 18 OECD countries in the period 1981–2008, a new study shows that family policy arrangements that facilitate women’s employment and earnings are associated with less economic inequality among coupled households.
 

During the Commission on the Status of Women
16-03-2018
The IFFD Representative to the United Nations participated in a Panel Discussion during CSW62 organized by ATOP/MeaningfulWorld, on ‘The importance of Family Policies for the Empowerment of Women and Girls’. In the image, with Daniela Fornari and HE Aisha Alhassan, Minister of Women Affairs & Social Development of Nigeria.
 

Bridge the gender gap
05-03-2018
The written statement of IFFD for the 62nd Session of the Commission on the State of Women (to be held 12th to 23th March) deals with ‘Tackling violence and empowering rural women and girls.’
 

Families and Cities
27-02-2018
The recently published written statement of IFFD for the 51st Commission on Population and Development (9-13 April 2018) deals with ‘The role of families in the new urban agenda’. It states that a holistic approach is the main goal of the Inclusive Cities for Sustainable Families project.
 
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