Tag: families

"We may still be mourning our dead, but time seems to have come to discuss how we guarantee economic survival that, under capitalism, is based on production and work." Social reproduction and the regeneration of capitalist life during the Covid19 pandemic

Articleeconomic crisis - families - pandemic

Childcare in the time of Covid-19: the ambivalence of finally getting rid of your kids again

Articlefamilies - pandemic - work life balance

The recent “Cura Italia” (Care for Italy) decree, issued by the Italian Government, does not “take care” of domestic workers, home-based caregivers for the elderly and child minders. But precisely this sector should be our starting point, if we want to reflect on a new form of democracy, states the appeal launched by a group of researchers

Articlecare - families - feminism - pandemic

Late-life depression and loneliness: different preconditions of active ageing in Europe

ArticleEurope - families - home care - social inclusion - welfare

Even though the research on care robots has not led to their wider industrialisation, the market of service robots is increasing steadily and the growth is expected to be significant in the coming years

Articlecare - families - work

Less than 20 years ago domestic workers began to demand rights and recognition. A new series shows that while they’ve made substantial progress, there is still a long way to go

Articlefamilies - labour - Migration - social inclusion - welfare - work

Not all au pairs are exploited, but they do all carry out domestic work in conditions that have been identified as encouraging maltreatment. Recognising them as workers is a first step towards ensuring their fair treatment, but it is only a first step

Articlecare - families - work

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