About a dozen MPs have had infants in a parliamentary baby boom, and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern last year became New Zealand's first premier to take maternity leave and the world's second elected leader to give birth in office.
The landmark survey, titled “Five big questions on the under fives” will give Britons a chance to offer their views on raising the next generation and will see Kate Middleton travel to Birmingham, Cardiff, Surrey and London in just 24 hours to help gather the findings.
Despite the protections in place to support breastfeeding for employees, the burden still falls on working mothers to advocate for the resources they need, says a new research.
Stella Creasy, an opposition lawmaker who has campaigned for MPs to be offered maternity leave, received a warning after speaking at a debate on Tuesday while holding her three-month-old son Pip.
The initiative has left a positive impact on the lives of over 6,600 children, reaching over 20,000 of the employees working at the participating entities.
Just ahead of the World Children’s Day, a day marked annually on Nov.20 to promote international togetherness on improving children's welfare, Sharjah has reaffirmed its commitment to this common global goal...