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What universal child care does for Norway

Author: 
Hsieh, Esther
Publication Date: 
16 May 2013
Entered Date: 
16 May 2013

Women's employment, education, and the gender gap in 17 countries

Author: 
England, Paula; Gornick, Janet & Shafer, Emily Fitzgibbons
Publication Date: 
1 Apr 2012
Entered Date: 
14 May 2013

Child care reveals great potential

Author: 
Rainer, Helmut
Publication Date: 
15 Apr 2013
Entered Date: 
24 Apr 2013

Budget 2013: Women cannot afford more tax cuts for the rich

Author: 
Lahey, Kathleen A.
Publication Date: 
28 Feb 2013
Entered Date: 
6 Mar 2013

Think child care is no longer a women’s issue?

March 6, 2013 by Martha Friendly

Image of Rosie the riveter with a baby in her arms

On this International Women's Day,  think again....

Here are ten indications that Canada's lack of action on universal child care continues to have a profound impact on women in all regions of Canada-- across the life span, across diverse groups and across the economic spectrum:

It's more than poverty: Employment precarity and household well-being

Author: 
Lewchuk, Wayne; Lafleche, Michelynn; Dyson, Diane; Goldring, Luin ; Meisner, Alan; Procyk, Stephanie; Rosen, Dan; Shields, John; Viducis, Peter & Vrankulj, Sam
Publication Date: 
25 Feb 2013
Entered Date: 
25 Feb 2013
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