The Doha Family International Institute organized an online conference to draw an integrated picture of the phenomenon of marriage in the world, with a particular focus in the Arab regular. The conference delved into multiple faces of marriage by addressing: the socio-economic factors affecting marriage; reasons behind declining rates and delay of marriage; increases in the material costs of marriage;…
#LookingAheadTalks is a series of online informal meetings with energetic young leaders from every corner of the globe. The last session (n. 7) had Caroline Höglund as speaker. The President of the European Federation of Parents and Carers at Home from Haro (Sweden) explained its activity. https://youtu.be/qNNO5Nsvds8
Using the case study method, this program is aimed at young single professionals aged 22-32. It started on February 13th and had 60 participants attending from 35 countries, such as Australia, Cameroon, Taiwan or South Korea, among others.
The awards were presented during the IFFD Briefing, which was held on February 10. The event, a panel discussion on ‘Parenting in the Digital Age’, was co-organized by UN-DESA Division for Inclusive Social Development, the Permanent Missions of Malaysia and the State of Qatar to the UN, with the participation of others United Nations institutions and IFFD.