(By Euronews) There will be approximately 449.271 million people living in the European Union by 2100, 13% fewer than today’s population.
In 2018, there were 223 million households in the European Union (EU). Almost one third (65 million) of these households had children
Minimum of ten working days paternity leave paid at the level of sick pay Two months of non-transferable paid parental leave Five
From April 1, Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers has introduced a monthly payment of 60 USD to large families for the third and subsequent children under the
Low fertility rate has major economic impact on the country (By Times of Malta) Measures to address Malta’s declining fertility rate need
Women in EU have first child on average at 29 Total fertility rate highest in France (1.90 births per woman): The lowest