Welcome to the website on European Fatherhood.
We present information on men, equality, and fatherhood in Europe.
The content is for professionals working in the area as well as anyone interested in the subject.
Danish Broadcasting Corporation, DR is Denmark’s oldest and largest electronic media enter-prise. The corporation was founded in 1925 as a public service organisation.
The Institute for the Equality of Women and Men, Belgium (Institut pour l'égalité des femmes et des hommes, Belgium)
Congé de paternité - choisor d'être présent
The institute works to promote awareness of the new paid paternity leave among public and private employers, trade unions, local authorities, maternity clinics, hospitals, NGO's
The Department of Gender Equality has been set up under the Minister for Gender Equality and act as secretariat for the Minister. The Department is responsible for Government initiatives in the field of Gender Equality through co-ordination, development and implementation of the Governments policies. The Department advises the Minister and Parliament in matters concerning gender equality.
The Department of Psychology, Play Therapy & Social Work and ‘Psychological and Psychosocial Research Unit’ is a part of The Juliane Marie Centre, Copenhagen University Hospital, Rigshospitalet, Denmark. In the ‘Psychological and Psychosocial Research Unit’ pt. 11 academic psychologists and 3 social researchers are employed under the head of Svend Aage Madsen.
Slovenia has been among the first new EU member states paying a great attention to gender and women’s policies. In June 1992, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia founded the Women’s Policy Office as a self-standing government body, a professional service responsible for the realisation of the rights of women guaranteed by the constitution, legislation and international treaties.
With support from the European Community - Programme relating to the Community Framework Strategy on Gender Equality (2001-2006).The information contained in this website does not necessarily reflect the position or opinion of the European Commission.