|Statement||by John Ditch ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ditch, John., University of York. Social Policy Research Unit., European Observatory of National Family Policies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
National Family Policies in by John Ditch, Jonathan Bradshaw and Tony Eardley. The Synthesis Report analyses, on a comparative basis, the development of family policies and focuses on key themes and questions; emergent policy questions are identified and a. A synthesis of national family policies By J. Ditch, H. Barnes, J. Bradshaw and York (United Kingdom) European Observatory on National Family Policies. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreGBUnited Kingdo. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ditch, John, Synthesis of national family policies Bruxelles: European Commission, (OCoLC) A synthesis of national family policies By John Ditch, Longman. 88 European Observatory on National Family Policies Haskey, (). Families First, (). Family and Family Policy in the Judgements of the Federal Constitutional Court', in 40 Years of Family Policy in the German Federal Republic: Retrospect and Prospect, Federal.
Proposes a national family policy that would acknowledge the diversity of families, protect their economic well-being, and provide flexible ways to meet economic and social needs. Discusses the following major issues: (1) family and medical leaves; (2) child care; and (3) child support enforcement. Reviews proposed Federal family legislation. 1. Introduction. Many have argued that a child’s life outcomes are impacted by their family’s economic, social, behavioral, and compositional characteristics (Duncan et al., , Lareau, , McLanahan and Sandefur, ).In terms of family composition, research has indicated that while some scholars have found a number of strengths associated with single-parent families (Amato, By , one family in four will be headed by a single parent, most likely a woman. For Moynihan, that is a call for government action. We need, he said, a national family policy. A version of this paper was also presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in November, The authors acknowledge the National Council Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy for supporting the original work, and thank this journal's editor and anonymous reviewers for their constructive.
Families and Social Policy: National and International Perspectives explores the latest research on the impact of government policy—or lack of policy—on family life in various developed and developing nations around the world. Leading experts present and analyze strong empirical research on the common issues confronting families caused by. The National Family Policy is in line with Vision , which aims at building a modern nation, stable, fit, and proud of its fundamental values. Through Vision , the country would like to have a population with a reasonable economic growth, socially secured, well nourished and healthy, educated and with a . This synthesis report, ‘Families, Family Policy and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Key Findings’ explores how the role of families, and family policies from around the world, can contribute to meeting the SDG targets. Following the publication of the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report, in , the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) commissioned a review of evidence on ‘race’ inequalities in education.