Posts Tagged ‘Wages for Housework Campaign Bulletins’
A ‘front loaded’ child benefit avoids the financial recognition mothers are campaigning for
As the Wages for Housework Campaign celebrates its 50th anniversary, money for mothers is increasingly on the agenda. The think tank Civitas proposes that parents with children under the age of four should be paid £8,000 a year to look after them. See here. This would be done by “frontloading” child benefit, that is more of the…Read More
What Mothers and Other Caregivers Want: Fill in the International Survey.
We write to bring to your attention our What do mothers and caregivers want? international survey. We urge you to fill it in and/or circulate it among family, friends and social networks if you haven’t already. The survey is being circulated in different countries and four languages so far – English, Italian, Spanish and Thai – and has…Read More