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EU Work–Family Policies — Challenging Parental Roles or Reinforcing Gendered Stereotypes?
Shared parenting is premised on both working parents having the right to care. However, the work–family conflict at the EU level has traditionally focused on working mothers. This was reinforced inExpand
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Brexit and the Work–Family Conflict: A Scottish Perspective
This paper examines the Scottish Government’s desire to maintain ties with EU law post-Brexit in the context of employment and equality law, particularly those laws which impact on work-familyExpand
The Additional Paternity Leave Regulations 2010: a new dawn or more ‘sound-bite’ legislation?
The right to request flexible working has previously been described as ‘sound-bite’ legislation. While it appeared to be a novel and innovative right, in reality it offered little of substance forExpand
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