Who do we want our children to be?
Children can sometimes show parents that they want to be like them, not the one that parents sometimes dream of.
The ‘indoor epidemic’
This anti-allergy medication shows that people are spending a lot of time sitting indoors, so that we are in the midst of an ‘indoor epidemic,’ and it could be affecting our health.
This ad states clearly the role of families in our lives and challenges. Special attention is given to the example given from grown ups to children.
Oral Statement at #CPD50
Oral Statement made by Jose Alejandro Vazquez during the 50th Session of the Commission on Population and Development at the UN Headquarters on behalf of the International Federation for Family Development (6 April 2017).
The wood and the trees
Heimat, Berlin has created this spot for Hornbach about what is really important in life, despite all the scattered bricks, crooked nails and wounded knees your home improvements might cause.
Wall Street Journal
Family Link is a new software by Google that allows parents manage what apps their children can download to a cell phone, see how long they’ve been in each app, and set bedtimes on a per-device basis.
A family affair, after all
Professor Robert Kelly and his family returned to BBC News to talk about the previous video and his unexpected viral fame, after his children crashed his live TV interview to the amusement of millions of people who later watched the clip.
Disadvantages of working from home
This real cut from a BBC interview to Professor Robert Kelly in South Korea had an unexpected turn when his two young children meandered into the camera frame and got all the attention.
The one thing that never fails
The ‘Grow up’ campaign of Mercedes-Benz focuses on people caught between the coolness of adolescence and the squareness of adulthood, in this case discovering how valuable it is to be a father.
International Women’s Day 2017
Invitation to join UN Women on International Women’s Day as they put a spotlight on women in the changing world of work.