2 edition of OECD and the reconciliation agenda found in the catalog.
OECD and the reconciliation agenda
by Childcare Resource & Research Unit, University of Toronto in Toronto, ON
Written in English
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Building a new relationship between Aboriginal people and all Canadians is based on acknowledging the past and its present-day impacts, reconciliation and healing for past injustices, and moving forward toward a better future for all. Find out about some of the ways the Government of Canada and Aboriginal organizations, individuals and communities are working together to advance this new. Fiscal consolidation dominates the policy agenda; Chapter 2. Assessing the government's strategy for fiscal consolidation; Chapter 3. Encouraging sub-national government efficiency; Chapter 4. Improving reconciliation between work and family; Glossary: Series Title: OECD economic surveys, v. /10 (May ) Other Titles: Hungary.
The OECD and the work/family reconciliation agenda: competing frames. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Pub; OECD. Starting strong II: . Janet C. Gornick and Alexandra Heron (), ‘The Regulation of Working Time as Work-Family Reconciliation Policy: Comparing Europe, Japan, and the United States’ Rianne Mahon (), ‘The OECD and the Work/Family Reconciliation Agenda: Competing Frames’
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The OECD and the reconciliation agenda: Competing blueprints Across advanced capitalist countries, welfare state restructuring has come to include a “farewell to maternalism” – i.e.
political support for mothers’ domestic caregiving role – albeit one proceeding at different speeds and. Get this from a library. The OECD and the reconciliation agenda: competing blueprints. [Rianne Mahon; University of Toronto. Childcare Resource and Research Unit.]. Throughout much of the s and s, the OECD's outlook bore a marked neo-liberal stamp.
It will be argued, however, that its important series dealing with reconciliation policies reflects a "third way" perspective.
This set of prescriptions promotes a shallow version of gender equity and does little for the rights of children. The OECD and the Reconciliation Agenda: Competing Blueprints. Rianne Mahon, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University.
Initially prepared for “Challenge s and Opportuni ties Face d by Author: Rianne Mahon. The OECD and the reconciliation agenda: Competing blueprints. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Across advanced capitalist countries, welfare state restructuring has come to include a “farewell to maternalism ” – i.e.
political support for mothers ’ domestic caregiving role – albeit one proceeding at different speeds and taking diverse forms (Orloff, ). The OECD and the Reconciliation Agenda: Competing Blueprints Rianne Mahon, Institute of Political Economy, Carleton University Across advanced capitalist countries, welfare state restructuring has come to include a “farewell to maternalism” – i.e.
political support. Request PDF | On Jan 1,R. Mahon and others published The OECD and the work/family reconciliation agenda: Competing frames | Find, read and cite all. This book synthesises the finding of the 13 individual country reviews published previously and extends the scope to include other OECD countries, examining tax/benefit policies, parental leave systems, child care support, and workplace practices.
Its reconciliation agenda reflects an “inclusive liberal” approach. While the latter shares important features with neo-liberalism, the OECD’s reconciliation agenda incorporates important “flanking mechanisms” designed to address lacunae in the neoliberal model (Graefe, ).
 "The OECD and the reconciliation agenda: Competing blueprints" by Rianne Mahon, published by the Childcare Resource & Research Unit University of Toronto, Occasional Paper # 20 p 13  National Post December 8, p A19 letter by John Bennett, manager of the OECD.
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> Read the web-book. The OECD unemployment rate edged down to % in Mayafter an unprecedented increase of percentage points in April, to %, the highest unemployment rate in a decade. In Februaryit was at %. The number of unemployed people in the OECD area stood at million in May.
OECD iLibrary is the online library of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) featuring its books, papers and statistics and is the knowledge base of OECD. We hear about “work-family balance”. Inthe same year Meade’s book came out, the European Commission Network on Childcare and Other Measures to Reconcile the Employment and Family Responsibilities of Men and Women was formed.
Work-family “balance” is short for this “reconciliation agenda”. Frequently used as a synonym for Data confrontation. Definition: Frequently used as a synonym for Data confrontation. In the more active sense, the term implies the process of adjusting data derived from two different sources to remove or at least reduce the impact of.
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The OECD and the Work/Family Reconciliation Agenda: Competing Frames Rianne Mahon PART IV: CHILDREN AND THE SEARCH FOR A WORK–LIFE BALANCE Childcare in a Changing World: Policy Responses to Working Time Flexibility in France Marie-Thérèse Letablier Work Life Balance from the Children’s Perspective Ute Klammer An agenda is a document of planned activities or topics to be discussed or done one after another.
There are different kinds of agenda. There is sales agenda, trip agenda, training agenda, etc. All this have one definite purpose.
They provide an effective instrument for a fruitful and coordinated meeting or process. The book explores the implications of changes to the welfare state for children in a range of countries.
Children, Changing Families and Welfare States: examines the implications of social policies for children; sets the discussion in the broader context of both family change and welfare state change, exploring the nature of the policy debate that has allowed the welfare of the child to come.
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