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IFFD Papers is a collection of opinion articles about family-related current issues produced by The Family Watch for the International Federation for Family Development. They are distributed for free to members of the Federation and other academics, law-makers and civil society representatives. If you want to subscribe, please send an email to dircom@iffd.org and provide your full name, position and email address.
 
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82. An intergen. exchange perspective
January 2019
The role of families in supporting youth transitions
 


81. Inclusive and responsive protection
December 2018
The new United Nations resolution on family issues.
 


80. Towards an improved family stability
November 2018
Supporting parents through education
 


79. Difficult and unsafe journeys
October 2018
The separation of refugee youth from their fathers
 


78. Building a safe place
September 2018
Preventing violent extremism through education
 


77. Domestic work, still an unmet need?
July 2018
The situation of household services around the European Union
 


76. Breaking the silence
June 2018
Prevention and confrontation of domestic violence
 


75. Supporting families worldwide
May 2018
A report on the follow-up of the International Year of the Family
 


74. Inclusive means also digital
April 2018
Traditional urban patterns can no longer coexist with cyberspace
 


73. Growth, age and spatial distribution
March 2018
Reconciling demographic change with sustainable development
 
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