Publication on intergenerational relationships

Publication on intergenerational relationships

The texts from the presentations and talks at the event “Intergenerational relations in an ageing world” are compiled in this publication. The event, co-organized by IFFD and the Permanent Mission of Hungary to the United Nations, was held on April 4, as part of the 50th session of the Commission for Population and Development in the headquarters of the United Nations in New York. Link to PDF version:...
IFFD Paper 66. Families in a changing society

IFFD Paper 66. Families in a changing society

“The major trends regarding family patterns and structures over the past decades are well known in terms of delayed partnership formation, postponement of childbearing, low fertility, increasing prevalence of less committed relationships, high separation and divorce rates, increasing family diversity. However, family change is not over. New, largely unexplored forms of family life are emerging. Also, the implications of family change for children’s wellbeing and the intergenerational reproduction of inequality are of major importance, yet limited research has addressed these issues.” Download IFFD Paper...
Summer University on the Family in Hungary.

Summer University on the Family in Hungary.

The Hungarian Association for Large Families organized its first Summer University on family issues in Budapest, on July 10-14. The Director of Communication and International Relations for IFFD took part in the opening session, which was also attended by Beneda Attila, sub-secretary for family policy and demography for the Hungarian Ministry for Human Potential; King Joó, member of the European Economic and Social Committee; Laszlo Marki, president of the European Confederation of Large Families (ELFAC); Várnal Jakab OFM, Decan of the Sapientia College; and Kata Gyurkó, president of the association, amongst others. More information and photographs:...