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Nordic Equality Index 2022

Five Nordic experts with knowledge and experience about children and fathers have been asked to assess the political reforms in the Nordic region.

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BREAKING: Equal parenting time

Equal parenting time (50/50) is in the best interest of the child and prevent family conflicts and family violence related to children. This is now clearly documented with research made by William Fabricius, ASU and his research team.

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UN Report 2021

The World Parents Organization has submitted its UN Cedaw report 2021 on equal opportunities in the Nordic countries.

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Gender Equality for Everyone

A formal letter has been sent to the Danish Minister for Gender Equality and the Prime Minister regarding gender equality for children and fathers. The letter has been prepared in collaboration with a team of human rights lawyers.

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Supreme Court Decision

The supreme court in Denmark has decided that a father receive sole custody of the child due to parental alienation by the mother.

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Parental Survey

2.000 fathers has been asked about gender equality in year 2020. They have been asked which forms of discrimination they experience related to children and fathers. Also which consequences it has for children, fathers, families, and the society.

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New Nordic

The New Nordic 2020 briefing on March 24th will be held ONLINE. The event is arranged by the World Parents Organization as a tribute to shared parenting and gender equality for everyone

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10 rules for a new family law

Here are 3 basic principles and 10 rules that can be used by any nation for a new family law. This towards gender equality and the UN Global Goals in the best interest of the child.

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UN Examination Report

The World Parents Organization has submitted it's UN Examination Report on Children and Fathers to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. 

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Kentucky and Arizona are leaders

Kentucky in the US has created a new family law with the presumption of shared parenting and equally parenting time being in the best interest of the child.

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New Danish Family Reform

Denmark will as one of the first countries in the World from April 1st 2019 offer shared parents to have double living address for children and shared welfare benefits.

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ICSP Strasbourg

Conference Conclusions from the 4th International Conference on Shared Parenting. The conference was organized under the auspices of the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Mr. Thorbjørn Jagland.

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Gender Equality

The Worlds first gender equality catalog for children and fathers created by Jesper Lohse, MBA & Nordic Father

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World Parents App

The World Parents Organization has launched a new App for fathers and shared parenting. The new App is available for FREE download in Google Play and AppStore.

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Danish study of 44.509 children

Children who experience parental break-up have higher stress levels, also many years after the break-up, and those living in a single parent household post break-up seem to be most vulnerable.

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World Conference 2018

Shared Parenting in the best interest of the child has become a crucial issue for practitioners, researchers and policymakers around the globe. Within judicial systems, both parents are now increasingly recognized as vital in their children’s lives.

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Paternity Leave in Denmark

Paternity leave might be one of the best investments we can make for society. It creates love for children by both parents increasing the wellbeing of children throughout the life and facilitates equal opportunities for men and women in work-life balance.

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