Dr Jana Javornik appears on The Conversation website with an article entitled Why UK should follow Nordics’ lead on universal childcare.
Work, Care and Global Transitions
Shared parental leave is a nice idea – but will it actually work? Dr Jana Javornik discusses this issue in her article published on The Conversation website. Continue reading
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Dr Jana Javornik attended and was a key speaker at a rountable discussion which was held in Slovenia on the Continue reading
Date: 1st – 3rd May 2014
Venue: Boston, Massachusetts, US
Dr Jana Javornik attended the Population Association of America 2014 Annual meeting which took place between the 1st – 3rd May in Boston, Massachusetts. Continue reading
Dr Jana Javornik, a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Work, Care and Global Transitions presented a paper at the annual British Sociological Association conference which took place at the University of Leeds last month.
The title of the paper was “It takes a village: Support sources in work-care mishmash of working parents” and it can be viewed by following this link.
On 2 July 2012 the WCGT project hosted a consultation meeting about European migration into Yorkshire and the Humber. The event brought together members of voluntary and statutory organisations, who work to support migrants and their dependants, in order to share views and experiences of post-2008 changes in intra-EU migration in the region. Continue reading
Date: Weds 27 June 2012, 2.00 – 3.30pm
Location: Leeds Enterprise Centre Meeting Room, 23 Lyddon Terrace
Shereen Hussein – King’s College London
The long-term care sector is generally characterised by low pay and difficult working conditions. Understanding pay structures and differentials within this sector is important in enhancing recruitment, retention, quality of care and productivity. Continue reading
Date: Weds 13 June 2012 – 5.30pm
Location: Liberty Building SR G.32
Jean Gardiner and Andrew Robinson, University of Leeds
This seminar investigates the gender gap in private pension (PP) membership and wealth, focusing on the separate and combined effects of gender and occupation for employees in their 50s, using data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA).
Date: Wednesday 2nd May 2012, 16.00 – 17.30
Location: SR G.33, Liberty Building
Dr Anne Daguerre, Middlesex University
Since the 1980s, British policymakers have increasingly espoused a liberal model of welfare characterised by the reliance on in work benefits, US style, in order to subsidize low wages. Continue reading