Right for conciliation and family welfare

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By enhancing some of the solutions proposed in a previous study on female work and family needs, theessay focuses on the role of family as a privileged forum to reconcile family plans and professionalcareers.The research aims at proposing a convergence of social family policies (macro-choice) and the choicesshared among individual family members (micro-choice).The article, therefore, examines the policies carried out by some European states to support familiesand the different models of social support to the family in Europe, including the one that has recentlyinspired the Job's act in Italy.Through a (re) reading of some constitutional principles on the family social factor and an analysis onthe way to intend subsidiarity, in view of the enhancement of the right to conciliation, the authors alsopropose a regulatory model that, summing up the already existing sectoral legislation in favor of thefamily in a systematic way, introduces new "reconciliation measures", some of which may be proposeddirectly to businesses for their implementation as virtuous models to adopt spontaneously.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Numero di pagine20
RivistaOPINIO JURIS IN COMPARATIONE
Volume1
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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