Transforming contemporary debates about motherhood in Europe
The social and cultural meaning of motherhood has undergone significant change in Europe in recent years. These changes have a significant impact on how women experience motherhood. The objective of the EU-funded MotherNet project, a TWINNING programme, is to bring together the expertise in different parts of Europe to stimulate innovative, cross-disciplinary, and policy-relevant research about motherhood; improve the quality of maternal care/support services; influence work/life balance policies; and increase public awareness about the social and cultural construction of motherhood. The project will offer training, mentoring and international summer schools, transforming contemporary debates about motherhood in Europe.
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