Parenting with Equity and Wellbeing in Mind

In this week's podcast I talk about Parenting with Equity and Wellbeing in Mind and what workplaces can do to support parents in the workplace. Continue Reading Parenting with Equity and Wellbeing in Mind

Welcome to the 219th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. This month’s series is all about parenting with equity and wellbeing in mind.

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In today’s show on Parenting with Equity and Wellbeing in Mind

  • Why I decided to make an episode on today’s topic [01:10]
  • What makes me feel this topic is important for everyone, including non-parents. [03:43]
  • The importance of creating safe spaces for parents to talk about equity and parenting. [07:36]
  • Why it’s important to recognise that parenting isn’t one-size-fits-all. [11:57]

Quotes on Parenting with Equity and Wellbeing in Mind

  • Parents’ priorities are centred around protecting children’s health and wellbeing.
  • Family spaces aren’t always safe spaces for all of us.
  • Parenting is not a one size fits all model and it can also change as time goes on.
  • Mothers with children are at work in the highest numbers ever.
  • We’ve got a significant number of people who are working and have lived experience of mental ill-health

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