Tag: differenza sessuale

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22 October 2021
3 months paternity leave: but mothers and fathers are not equal
The "Family Act" measure announced by Equal Opportunities Minister Bonetti at the Women's Forum G20 Italy. But if greater male participation is desirable, the equalitarian logic that inspires sharing moves once again in the direction of the neutral, denying female difference and promoting ineffective actions
During the opening of the "Women's Forum G20 Italy" in Milan, the Minister for Equal Opportunities, Elena Bonetti, announced plans to gradually extend compulsory paternity leave from the current 10 days to 3 months, as part of the "Family Act". The extension - and in some cases equalisation - of fathers' and mothers' leave is presented as a progressive policy aimed at achieving greater "gender equality" in the family and at work, as well as [...]
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26 August 2021
Women's G20: open letter to Minister Bonetti
The ideological paritarianism of the 1970s is at an end. Women and the world need female difference. And the revalorisation of the maternal bond as the root of a new human civilisation.
The first G20 Conference dedicated to women is being held today in Santa Margherita Ligure: this open letter calls for a political change. Let us focus on the female difference, without limiting ourselves to equal speeches: women are asking for a long-awaited change. Is it possible to think of the Women's G20 as a moment of innovative and original reflection on our lives as women? The Afghan affair of these hours reminds us that decades of resources and work can be destroyed in [...].
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30 May 2021
The health care we want: women's difference in care
Value of care, community health, the maternal relationship model: how women can govern health for all, while remaining themselves
The book project The Health Care We Want. Women-oriented care comes from the work and experience of women in medicine during the long suspended time of the pandemic. An infinite shift made up of elementary and specialist care, of consolidated experience and experimentation, of "cold blood" and fragility, in which their presence made the difference. After the first phase of the lockdown, with the ineffectiveness of the directorates, the uselessness of the managerial pyramids, the absence of a long look of the policy, we have analysed the [...]
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30 January 2021
A gift: 10 practices for women who love politics
The document we are proposing to you is the result of the reflections of women who are passionate about politics, and is addressed to women who are already present in institutions or interested in becoming part of them, to those who aspire to undertake government action, and to those who work in groups, associations and movements, proposing 10 practices that can accompany and make the political desire of each of them more aware. We propose it as a gift, bearing in mind the occasion of the imminent local elections in many Italian cities. FOREWORD This [...]
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