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Estado de la Paternidad en El Mundo: Soluciones estructurales para lograr la igualdad en el trabajo de cuidado

The State of the World’s Fathers 2021 report – the fourth in the series – presents research on care work during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on structural barriers that prevent equitable distribution of caregiving between women and men. While data show that men are participating more in care work during the pandemic, data also show that the…
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Situation Des Pères Dans Le Monde: Des Solutions Structurelles Pour Réaliser L’éGalité Dans Le Travail de Soins 2021 

The State of the World’s Fathers 2021 report – the fourth in the series – presents research on care work during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on structural barriers that prevent equitable distribution of caregiving between women and men. While data show that men are participating more in care work during the pandemic, data also show that the…
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Care, Coping, and Connection under COVID-19: Insights on couple relationships from a follow-up to the Bandebereho randomized controlled trial in Rwanda

Kate Doyle, Deboleena Rakshit, Ruti Levtov, Shamsi Kazimbaya, Emmanuel Karamage, Fid le Rutayisire, Silas Ngayaboshya, Dr. Felix Sayinzoga

The Care, Coping and Connection under COVID-19 report presents findings from a phone survey with 500 couples in Rwanda, examining the impact of the pandemic on stress, caregiving, and family relationships. The study builds on a randomized controlled trial of the Bandebereho intervention to examine the longer-term (five-year) impact of the intervention on participating families….
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State of the World’s Fathers 2021: Structural Solutions to Achieve Equality in Care Work Executive Summary

The State of the World’s Fathers 2021 report – the fourth in the series – presents research on care work during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on structural barriers that prevent equitable distribution of caregiving between women and men. While data show that men are participating more in care work during the pandemic, data also show…
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State of the World’s Fathers 2021: Structural Solutions to Achieve Equality in Care Work

The State of the World’s Fathers 2021 report – the fourth in the series – presents research on care work during the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on structural barriers that prevent equitable distribution of caregiving between women and men. While data show that men are participating more in care work during the pandemic, data also show…
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Annual Report 2020

In this Annual Report, we focus on how in the past year, we spoke truth to power; generated new research on masculinities; evaluated what works to engage men and boys for gender equality; worked with partners to shift norms and practices; supported new voices and perspectives; and convened for impact. Read here.

Paid Leave and the Pandemic: Effective Workplace Policies and Practices for a Time of Crisis and Beyond

PL+US and Promundo, in collaboration with the Parental Leave Corporate Task Force

Promundo and Paid Leave for the United States (PL+US), in collaboration with the Parental Leave Corporate Task Force (PLCTF), surveyed and interviewed 40 companies across the US and the UK, representing more than half a million employees globally. The study assessed the impact of paid leave policies on companies of various sizes: large (over 5,000…
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Extending Paternity Leave in Colombia: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Fiscal Impact

This report, Extending Paternity Leave in Colombia: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Fiscal Impact, aims to contribute to the expansion of paternity leave in Colombia by drawing on the knowledge and experiences of paternity leave in other countries in the region as well as in OECD member countries. This report will be paired with a policy dialogue…
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The Role of Fathers in Parenting for Gender Equality

Clara Alemann, Aapta Garg, Kristina Vlahovicova

This paper presents an emerging body of evidence, which affirms that positive father engagement in the lives of their children – much like positive involvement of mothers and other significant caregivers – is associated with a series of early child development outcomes as well as improved quality of family environment and relationships. It presents constraints…
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Recruitment and Retention of Male Participants in Gender-Transformative Programs

Deboleena Rakshit

This learning brief is part of a set of three from Plan International Canada and Promundo; the brief documents lessons learned from Plan International Canada’s Strengthening Health Outcomes for Women and Children (SHOW) project, a multi-country, 4.5-year gender-transformative project – which works to identify, challenge, and shift harmful gender norms – with an aim to…
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