In the Nordic countries up to 30% of the parental leave is today taken by fathers and in some cases 9-12 month. The children and both parents enjoy it
We are living in a shared parenting world with single parenting law. All children has the right to know and be cared for by the parents.
The open society and gender equality is changing our work-life balance, but we have to understand and learn how to live with the new freedom.
In most countries free digitalized public information about children is still sent to one parent, causing many difficulties for shared parents.
We are living in a shared parenting world with single parenting law for historical reasons and not today in the best interest of the child.
Are women and men being discriminated. Yes, they both are. Women in work life and men in family life. The challenge in gender equality is gender equality
New research and family reality documents that shared parenting and father involvedment is in the best interest of children in society.
The major difference in financing of gender activities for women versus men has created an inbalance in statistics and family law.
In many countries today family violences between men and women are often equal, also towards the children.