International Forum on Child and Family Policy

International Forum on Child and Family Policy

3 May 2023 UTC 08:00-10:10 | UK Time 09:00-11:10 | KR Time 17:00-19:10

 

Dr Sunwoo Ryu, Postdoctoral Researcher at DSPI, is co-organising the ‘International Forum on Child and Family Policy’ with the Child-Family Policy Research Centre from the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs (KIHASA), and the Korean Academy of Family Social Work.

This forum is organised to deliver the following four sessions where researchers discuss challenges that families with children and family policy have been faced with, the nature, goals and configuration of child-related family policy in high-income countries, and recent developments in this field:

  • Session 1. Innovations and New Thinking in Child-related Policy in Europe and Beyond (Professor Mary Daly, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford)
  • Session 2. Labour-Care Reconciliation and Marriage Delays in Low- and Middle-income Individuals in South Korea (Associate Research Fellow, Child-Family Policy Research Centre, KIHASA)
  • Session 3. Parental Leave Policies in OECD Countries: Gender and Social Inequalities (Dr Ivana Dobrotić, Associate Member, Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford; Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb)
  • Session 4. Work-life Balance and Satisfaction with Life among South Korean workers: A Focus on Gender Equality and Family Characteristics (Dr Soo-Jung Byoun, Associate Research Fellow, Child-Family Policy Research Centre, KIHASA)

For more details about the forum, please refer to the pdf.

The forum will take place online on the 3rd of May at 09:00-11:10 am UK time. The forum is free and open to everyone up to the first 500 people and all the sessions will be simultaneously translated into English and Korean. Pre-registration is not required. 

If you have any inquiries about the forum, please contact Sunwoo (sunwoo.ryu@spi.ox.ac.uk), the co-organiser of this forum.