Great article in the Lacuna magazine discussing the hardships of single parenting in contemporary Britain and what the benefits system and employment policies are doing wrong. (Also, a great example of sociological writing with interviews). Down the Rabbit Hole: Single… Read More ›
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An excellent article in the New York Times tells the story of Wall Street Mothers and Stay-Home Fathers, revealing some of the many invisible factors that slow women down on the labour market – by Jodi Kantor and Jessica Silver-Greenberg.
The annual State of the World’s Mothers report by Save the Children has some interesting (or depressing, depending on the viewpoint) new statistics on five key indicators of gender equality from women’s perspective in 165 countries. Here is a neat infographic thanks… Read More ›