This animation explains the purpose of a research infrastructure & specifically insights GGP offers researchers & policy makers into families' lives today.
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Today #WorldChildrensDay we celebrate 59th anniversary of Declaration of Rights of the Child! Social science & demographic data are essential to advocating for welfare of children&youth thru critical insights into well-being of #children #parents #families https://t.co/blKpzp2Hcn pic.twitter.com/KrGEclnvkt— GGP (@GGP_i) November 20, 2018
Evidence from Härkönen (2018) @clic_iwg shows higher povertry among lone #UK parents explained by selection of less educated women into lonely parenthood | .@AnnBerrington presenting today @ training for social & political stakeholders @PopulationEU @LSEsociology @UoSSocStatDemo https://t.co/PnS6OhHgGf— GGP (@GGP_i) November 19, 2018
Remarkable country differences in the % of grandparents providing childcare more than once a week :: .@EmilyGrundyISER speaking at today’s training for social & political stakeholders on Why the Future of our Population Matters @LSEsociology @UoSSocStatDemo @PopulationEU https://t.co/rgZflCZTKw— GGP (@GGP_i) November 19, 2018