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For each country, the percentage of young people living in one of four situations—with parents but without a partner; with parents and with a partner (either a spouse or a cohabiting partner); without parents and without a partner; and without parents but with a partner—is plotted against age. (...) Living arrangements of young men by age, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany and Italy 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 15 20 25 30 35 40 Living with  parents Left home, living  with partner Left parental  home, no partner 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 15 20 25 30 35 40 Left parental  home, no partner Living with  parents Left home, living  with partner 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 15 20 25 30 35 40 Left home, living  with partner Living with  parents 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 15 20 25 30 35 40 Living with  parents Left home, living  with partner Living with  parentsand partner Source: Calculated from EU-SILC (2007). In Denmark, under 10 per cent of young men are still living with their parents at age 25 and only a tiny fraction live with their parents at older ages.
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Score: 757377.1 - https://www.un.org/development.../Jan/un_2011_expertpaper10.pdf
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Such transition to online platforms has not been easy, often resulting in parental burnout. Now, more than ever before, parents and caregivers, especially those fully employed, need resources to successfully manage their parenting obligations. (...) “As parents use technology in their roles […], parenting education can help promote the value and how to use these new media and possibly create new rules for parent-child communication,” the new paper states. It also highlights how parenting education can “help parents acquire ‘digital cultural capital’.”
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Score: 754292.33 - https://www.un.org/development...al-tools-for-better-parenting/
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Our main activity at a local level is centered at parenting education with skill-building                            programmes to help societies to face the tremendous changes that have affected                        families in many ways. (...) There are families with a larger number of children growing up together,                          many children raised by cohabiting parents, while others grow up with only one of                            their parents or their parents share physical custody over them, and even by their                            grandparents. (...) A cost-efficient way of contributing with families                        in vulnerable situations or in situations of vulnerability is through preventive measures                        as of parenting education.    We suggest therefore parenting education as one of the issues to contribute to                          a unifying way to move forward and have constructive discussion on the role of                            parents in how population challenges can be addressed and common grounds can be                          found.     3.- In order to address the above questions and issues, would it be desirable or                              feasible for the Commission to adjust its methods of work (organizational                      aspects, substantive elements, outcome)?
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Score: 744746.1 - https://www.un.org/development...pd_2021_ngo-statement_iffd.pdf
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As such, these highly motivated parents need to be supported in their efforts by the society. (...) Robila, M. (In Press). Parental Migration and Children’s Outcomes in Romania. (...) UNICEF Policy, Advocacy and Knowledge Management, Division of Policy and Practice Moldova. (2008). The impact of parental deprivation on the development of children left behind by Moldovan parents.
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Score: 742804.74 - https://www.un.org/development...m_201102_p01-queenscollege.pdf
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For some time now, my delegation has noticed a disconcerting trend, namely, the desire on the part of some to downplay the role of parents in the upbringing of their children, as if to suggest somehow that it is not the role of parents, but that of the State. In this regard it is important that the natural and thus essential relationship between parents and their children be affirmed and supported, not undermined. (...) Parents must cooperate closely with teachers, who, on their part, must collaborate with parents.
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Score: 741777.05 - https://www.un.org/development...45_statement_holysee_item4.pdf
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Therefore, children of parents who could not afford to pay a registration fee were automatically excluded, leading to a number of claims of unfair discrimination from parents. (...) It allowed parents to apply from the comfort of their homes or offices. (...) A total of over 30 000 parents per second could all connect to the system • Satisfied parents.
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Score: 730857.1 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5196
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Family policies include maternity and parental leave, cash transfers to parents and subsidized daycare. Austrian mothers are entitled to a paid maternity leave of 16 weeks with full income replacement followed by one of the longest and most flexible paid parental leaves in the OECD countries. Parents can choose from five leave options, lasting from 12 to 30 months (or from 15 to 36 months if both parents participate). (...) Long parental leave may also hinder subsequent career advancement.
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Score: 730270.36 - https://www.un.org/development..._201511_policy_brief_no._3.pdf
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The impact on families and on the physical and mental health of parents has been the source of much anecdotal comment and speculation. (...) The aims of the study are wide-reaching and of great potential value to all families and agencies concerned with their thriving: to track the pattern of the symptoms, causes and risk factors of mental health in parents; to understand the experiences, coping skills and mechanisms of parents under pandemic conditions; to identify parents’ needs, and to use this evidence to inform the design of policy and support for families in the future. (...) The Covid Family Study survey invites parents to share their experiences to help provide support in the future.
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Score: 727956.9 - https://www.un.org/development...0/08/11/covid-19-and-families/
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Over the last 3 years, MSF has enabled 40% more children and young persons to be placed in fostering. Foster Parents: Foster parents are regular citizens who step forward to open their hearts and their homes to vulnerable children and young persons. (...) With the growth of fostering, organic foster parent groups have grown as well. One such example is the Home for Good group, which is a support group for foster parents by foster parents. (...) Monthly financial allowances to foster parents and NGO funding are paid based on an electronic database.
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Score: 724219.6 - https://publicadministration.u...nProfilev2014/mid/1170/id/5194
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There is little income insecurity for individual families, and the State is generous with parents, not least with respect to daycare and parental leave arrangements that make it easier for parents to combine work and family responsibilities. (...) At least 10 weeks of parental leave is reserved for each parent. Norwegians also have relatively good access to part-time work, which means that parents who cannot or do not wish to work full-time can earn some income. (...) By reserving part of parental leave for fathers (currently 10 weeks), the Government hopes to encourage their participation in child-rearing.
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Score: 723694.73 - https://www.un.org/development...201511_policy_brief_no._13.pdf
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