wapppHKSIn this @NewsHour special, WAPPP Fellow Alicia @SasserModestino discusses the burden costly child care places on low + middle-income families, exploring how federal policy has shaped the U.S. child care system into what it is today.
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wapppHKSA different balance between US military expenditure + economic aid might have convinced ordinary Afghans that they had a significant stake in the success of the state that the US & its allies were striving to build, says @ricardo_hausman
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wapppHKS(2/2) To show how context influences this relationship, Bosch and Las Heras compare different countries in Latin America: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic. Download their #EngagedFatherhood chapter: t.co/krjC7N7KFu
wapppHKS“We will not achieve gender equality until we eliminate this digital gap that keeps so many women offline and away from the opportunities the internet provides," says former WAPPP Leader in Practice @phumlambongcuka.
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wapppHKS(2/2) While fathers are increasingly participating in #childrearing, Ashlee Borgkvist found Australian men are impeded by limitations around flexible working arrangements & offers recommendations to policymakers, orgs, and fathers in #EngagedFatherhood: t.co/truvRwEGZh