A brief English summary of the main results of the InCARE project can be read here. The project aimed to analyse (1) the current state and development of childcare-related policies in the post-Yugoslav countries (PYCs) in the 1945-2020 period, as well as the implications of reforms on (2) gender and social inequalities in care and employment and (3) care and employment practices of parents in unstable and/or atypical employment (e.g., marginally employed, self-employed, freelancers), who are often left with weaker childcare-related rights or excluded from schemes. The focus was on two main policy instruments – parental leave policies (maternity, paternity and parental leave) and early childhood education and care services (ECEC).

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Childcare-related policies, unstable and/or atypical employment in the post-Yugoslav countries