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Cross-Country Comparison of Leave Policies Reveals Important Differences

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The latest review of global leave policies and related research is now available from the International Network on Leave Policies and Research. Two STI experts, Allison Koslowski and Alexandra Macht, were among the authors of this 15th edition of the report. It is excerpted below.

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New STI Board Meets to Set Future Strategy

2 months ago

After having signed an agreement with IESE, STI welcomes to its Board of Directors 3 new board members from IESE and another from the University of Navarra.  The new board met on July 3 to set a strategy that will open the door for closer cooperation between the two institutions.

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Faith as a Force for Good in Family Life the World Over

4 months ago

The World Family Map 2019 was presented last week at the Brookings Institution’s Center on Children and Families. The Executive Summary “The Ties that Bind: Is Faith a Global Force for Good or Ill in the Family?” follows:

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Manipulated Agents: A Window to Moral Responsibility

4 months ago

Philosopher Al Mele summarizes for STI the thrust of his latest book. It concerns autonomy and free will, into which Mele has delved in many projects - STI’s Is Science Compatible with Our Desire for Freedom? experts meeting among them.

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Pro-Family Initiatives Take Many Forms

5 months ago

All over Europe, civil society is not waiting for governments to solve the problems families face. Varied initiatives in many countries seek to strengthen this fundamental building block of society.

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Women up Front

5 months ago

Politics should take advantage of women’s experience in solving social conflicts and in mediation work, where they are more active than are men, suggests philosopher Ana Marta González in this opinion piece.