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About the Childcare Resource and Research Unit

The Childcare Resource and Research Unit is a policy research institute with a goal of early childhood education and child care for all --  fundamental  for women’s equality and a right for all children.

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เปลี่ยน การ พนัน เป็นการ ลงทุนThe Global Gender Gap Index 2018 19 Dec 2018 | International
The 13th annual Global Gender Gap Index benchmarks national gender gaps on economic, education, health and political criteria, and provides country rankings. Canada ranked 16th out of 149 countries. While Canada ranked first in most educational attainments, it ranked 50th in wage equality for similar work (to men's work).
เปลี่ยน การ พนัน เป็นการ ลงทุนMake gender inequality history 19 Dec 2018 | Canada
Members of the Gender Equality Advisory Council for Canada’s G7 Presidency bring together expertise and leadership from G7 countries and beyond. Its role is to advise Canada on a bold and ambitious agenda for its G7 Presidency to support significant advances to achieve gender equality and empower all girls and women. In this report, the group recommends universal publicly financed early childhood education and care services to redistribute care.
เปลี่ยน การ พนัน เป็นการ ลงทุนChildren's Services Omnibus: Wave 4 research report 18 Dec 2018 | Europe
This report by the Department for Education is based on a survey of local authorities in England. It examines the implementation of a range of policies designed to strengthen and reform children's services. The chapter on early years and childcare reports on the difficulties of implementing early education entitlements for the universal funded 15 hours of childcare for 3 and 4 year olds.
America's child care deserts in 2018 18 Dec 2018 | United States
The Center for American Progress collected and analyzed data on the location and capacity of licensed or registered child care providers in every state and Washington, D.C. This analysis found that approximately half the country has too few licensed child care options.
เปลี่ยน การ พนัน เป็นการ ลงทุนEconomic gains for gender inclusion: New mechanisms, new evidence 18 Dec 2018 | International
This paper from the International Monetary Fund focuses on the economic gains from gender inclusion. It notes that the widespread increase in female labor force participation is in part attributable to women- and childcare-friendly public policies. There are still improvements to be made, however. One of the papers' ‘takeaways’ is the importance of publicly financed maternity/paternity leave and expanded childcare and elder care for removing barriers to female employment.

Many social programs support families, but child care is the backbone of them all.

— National Council of Welfare, Preschool Children: Promises to Keep , 1999
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