Abide by Principles of Inclusion in Family Policies

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;
  • Close the resolution

0 voters

Week 1 result:

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;: 1 person
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;: 0 people
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;: 0 people
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;: 0 people
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;: 0 people
  • Close the resolution: 0 people

Week 2 result:

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;: 1 person
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;: 1 person
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;: 0 people
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;: 1 person
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;: 0 people
  • Close the resolution: 0 people

Week 3 result:

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;: 1 person
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;: 1 person
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;: 0 people
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;: 1 person
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;: 1 person
  • Close the resolution: 1 person

Week 4 result:

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;: 2 people
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;: 4 people
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;: 0 people
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;: 2 people
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;: 1 person
  • Close the resolution: 1 person

Week 5 result:

  • All families with children are engaged in the same essential task of raising children;: 2 people
  • Families care for their children in diverse ways and parents change their choices regarding paid work and the care of their children as their families’ needs change;: 4 people
  • Survey data (pre-pandemic, Pew Research) showed that many employed parents would prefer to spend more time with their children;: 0 people
  • Family policies crafted to support only “working families” often discriminate by applying only to certain families, giving financial support to the care of children when done by paid caregivers but not when care is done by unpaid caregivers;: 2 people
  • Government policies crafted in accordance with principles of inclusion do not discriminate based on the ways in which families earn income and/or care for their children;: 1 person
  • Close the resolution: 1 person