European Observatory on the Social Situation, Demography and Family
1989, as European Observatory on National Family Policies, by E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Subsequently changed to: European Observatory on Family Matters. Ceased to exist as of Dec 2004.
Monitor developments in policies which affect families and children; monitor trends in the diverse development of family forms; analyse policy and evaluate impact of family polices; monitor demographic, socio-economic and political changes affecting families; stimulate academic debate on family and childhood issues as well as on related policies.
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