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- European Sociological Association Conference
- BBC Sunday Morning Live – Interview with Helen Norman
- Revealing fathers’ impact on their children’s learning and development: our new study
- International Women’s Day Podcast: Gender inequalities in work and care
- Paternal Childcare Involvement and its Effects on Children’s Primary School Education
80% of men become fathers. This #InternationalMensDay2021 let’s commit to really get to know who these men are, how they want to father & recognise them as true players in the parenting journey. It’s time to bust the myths, recognise their unique role & work to support them.
Excited to share our @ESRC #ESRCFestival workshop on 16th Nov. We're looking for dads to contribute to a collective poem. Intrigued? You can find more details below 👇👇#fathers #dads @WorkEqualities @OfficialUoM @mmu_business
New publication 📖
Engaged Fatherhood for Men, Families and Gender Equality, edited by @grauigrau, Mireia las Heras Maestro & @HRileyBowles, is an open access book with a focus on social and organisational policies to support fatherhood
Important thread about discrepancies between mothers and fathers in regard to who is doing most of the household management.
Spoiler alert: dads likely think they are doing more than they actually are, probably because they are unaware of mothers' hidden labor. https://twitter.com/DanielCarlson_1/status/1436041296469118990
Gender egalitarianism is inhibited not by men's reticence to do more household labor, but by the fact that most already think they are doing an equal share.
This is highlighted by huge discrepancies in partners' reports on the division of labor. See the chart below 1/
Dad’s the word: how the #pandemic got men talking about #fatherhood https://lnkd.in/duiwPEC
@LexyTopping @guardian @TheNewFathrhood @WorkMumOnTheRun @JolyonMaugham @fatherhoodinst @Fatherhoodgov @Jules_Allen_
#dad #genderequality #equalparentalleave