family_gender_society

Gender-sensitive policies as response to COVID-19

Submitted by mmarquez on Tue, 09/01/2020 - 11:51

UNDP (August 2020) The COVID-19 Global Gender Response Tracker monitors policy measures enacted by governments worldwide to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, and highlights responses that have integrated a gender lens. It includes national measures that are directly addressing women’s economic and social security, including unpaid care work, the labour market and violence against women. The tracker is coordinated by UNDP with substantive leadership and technical contributions from UN Women.

Global challenges
Topics
Cash sickness benefits
Family benefits
Employment
Covid-19
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Germany: German parliament approves basic pension law

Submitted by siha on Fri, 07/31/2020 - 11:42

IPE (02.07.2020) The German parliament, Bundestag, has approved the law for the introduction of the basic pension – Grundrente – from 1 January 2021. The Grundrente is paid in the form of a supplement to pensioners with at least 33 years of contributions to the statutory pension insurance based on periods of employment, child-rearing or care work.

 

Regions / Country
germany
Topics
Old age Pensions
Service quality
Population ageing
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Gender and Inclusion in social protection responses during COVID-19 | socialprotection.org

Submitted by rruggia on Sun, 07/26/2020 - 09:17

This document provides key considerations and examples of how gender and social inclusion (GESI) can be integrated into potential COVID-19 response options/strategies via existing social protection and / or humanitarian programmes (or a hybrid approach, leveraging social protection delivery systems and capacity). It aims to highlight key considerations for integrating GESI into social protection design and operation, in an effort to increase wellbeing and dignity, while minimising potential negative effects on vulnerable populations.

Topics
Inequalities
Document Type

Non, les salariés français ne travaillent pas moins que leurs voisins

Submitted by gfilhon on Mon, 04/29/2019 - 13:10

De l'usage des statistiques pour justifier la politique d'emploi que l'on souhaite développer. 

Global challenges
Topics
Employment
Unemployment
Employment policies
Employment of young workers
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Le long chemin européen vers l’harmonisation sociale et fiscale

Submitted by gfilhon on Tue, 04/16/2019 - 12:40

theconversation. (16.04.2019) L’Union européenne dispose donc de moyens limités pour agir dans des domaines tels que la protection sociale. En revanche elle dispose de moyens importants qui ne sont pas en faveur d'une Europe sociale

Regions / Country
european union
Topics
Governance and administration
Financing
Document Type

France: Ce que propose le rapport Libault pour le grand âge

Submitted by gfilhon on Mon, 04/08/2019 - 14:39

agefi (05.04.2019) Le rapport Grand âge demandé par le Premier ministre à Dominique Libault a été remis à la ministre des Solidarités et de la santé, Agnès Buzyn, jeudi 28 mars. Ce haut fonctionnaire avait pour mission de conduire une concertation et de faire des propositions de réforme, notamment dans la perspective d’un projet de loi.

Regions / Country
france
Digital Economy Topical Cluster
New risks
Service delivery
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Filipino women open greater empowerment nexus

Submitted by dfabbri on Fri, 03/08/2019 - 09:21

Business Mirror (07.03.2919) After 11 decades of celebrating the day for those holding the other half of the world, the glass neither remains half full nor half empty, especially when it comes to women’s economic might in the Philippines.

Regions / Country
philippines, the
Global challenges
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Sweden: Fathers with more education more likely to take paternity leave

Submitted by dfabbri on Mon, 08/06/2018 - 09:51

ScienceNordic (23.07.2018) Swedish doctors and lawyers take twice as much parental leave as their less well-educated peers. But the trend is the opposite for well-educated women.

Regions / Country
sweden
Topics
Parental leave
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Number of South Korean men taking paternity leave jumps 66% in 2018

Submitted by fabbri on Wed, 07/25/2018 - 10:28

Quartz (25.07.2018) In the first half of 2018, more than 8,000 men in South Korea went on paternity leave, according to government figures released this week, accounting for 17% of all people who took parental leave. That’s a 66% increase from the same period last year, and an exponential increase from 2010, when just over 800 fathers went on leave.

Regions / Country
korea, Republic of
Topics
Parental leave
Document Type

New Deal For Irish Families

Submitted by fabbri on Tue, 07/10/2018 - 10:22

Social Europe (10.07.2018)  With the repeal of the 8th amendment Irish women and their partners will have a choice if and when to have children later this year. This choice will have major implications for social policy and the development of a family-friendly welfare state in Ireland. From my own experience Irish people are extremely child-friendly but Ireland as a country offers little support to families. It will be the first time that women will make these choices on this island, so services and income protection will have to be attractive for families.

Regions / Country
ireland
Topics
Family benefits
Document Type