Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, it has been observed that women across the world are leaving the workforce. But this crisis also signifies opportunity. If organisations nurture a culture where women have equal opportunity and make substantial investments in...
Psychiatric consequences of a father’s leave policy by
nativity: a quasi-experimental study in Sweden
Parental leave use has been found to promote maternal and child health, with limited evidence of mental health impacts on fathers. How these effects vary for minority populations with poorer mental health nd lower leave uptake, such as migrants, remains...
The demographic situation in Russia does not differ much from that of Europe, North America and Japan: the birth rate is low and gradually declining while life expectancy increases. This leads to depopulation, which is compensated to some extent by migration.
Societal, organisational, institutional and psychological factors that explain why time poverty is often under appreciated, while reducing it is key to promote psychological and economic well-being
Children and young people need us to support them as the agents of change in their own lives.