Presentation at the 4th Transforming Care Conference “Changing priorities: The making of care policy and practices“
On June 25th 2019 the InCARE project results were presented at 4th Transforming Care Conference “Changing priorities: The making of care policy and practices“ in Copenhagen. Paper “Inequality Dynamic of Childcare–related Policies Development in the Post-Yugoslav Countries” explored the (in)equality dynamic of childcare-related policies reforms in the post-Yugoslav countries and their implications. It shows that although the childcare-related policies (i.e. parental leaves and early childhood education and care services) in the post-Yugoslav countries are becoming more inclusive, allowing wider groups of parents to access the childcare-related rights (e.g. self-employed, parents with short-term contracts, farmers, inactive parents), the stratified effect of childcare-related policies strengthened, i.e. policy reforms intensified gender and social inequalities in work-care relations.
Report on social and gender inequalities in childcare-related policies design in the post-Yugoslav countries
Report on social and gender inequalities in childcare-related policies design in the post-Yugoslav countries is now available and can be read here.
Presentation at the Croatian Sociological Association conference
On April 12th 2019 the first InCARE project results on childcare-related policies development in the post-Yugoslav countries were presented at the Croatian Sociological Association conference “Socijalna kohezija u društvu polarizacije, konflikata i nejednakosti” in Zagreb.
InCARE project presentation at the University of Oxford, Department of Social Policy and Intervention
On October 17th 2018 the InCARE project was presented at the Family Research Group at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford.