The gentle parenting movement has exploded in popularity on social media. But is it good for kids or parents?
From Plato to Schopenhauer, the philosophers have vastly different takes on the age old question of whether to procreate.
As we approach the season of giving, a child psychology researcher offers suggestions on how parents can teach their kids to be generous and kind.
No matter your age, if you’re being bullied − there’s help out there.
Is the disastrous impact we’re having on the planet affecting our decision about having children of our own?
As global acute food insecurity increases, severe wasting — which already affects 13.6 million children — is expected to rise with it. Treating wasting requires specialized nutrition and medical care.
The UN has officially recognised children’s right to be protected against climate change.
We’re all familiar with a green ‘G’ or a red ‘MA’ on a movie poster, but those ratings don’t have any basis in what we know about child development. They’d be much more useful for parents if they did.
Parents may be familiar with this scenario: a child is well behaved at school and polite to their teachers but has a meltdown at home in the afternoon.
It’s often the most vulnerable who suffer most in war. That remains true, with children making up around 40% of the casualties in the Israel-Hamas conflict. It’s devastating, now and into the future.
Children experience grief much more commonly than most of us think. This is what they want to know.
Brave thinking is needed to solve the problems with childcare.
Fatalities from gun homicides, suicides and accidents are all up for Americans ages 18 and under.
His teaching spoke practically but compassionately to the needs of the African child.
Politicians and even charities often don’t speak out about the failure to protect children.
A professor of counseling who researches homelessness offers tips so parents can make sure their child gets the school support and accommodations they are entitled to.
Vlogging has emerged as a new source of intimate entertainment, and for creators, potential income. However, they also raise serious questions about exploitation and the privacy rights of children.
Children absorb these stereotypes from a young age. And ageism is all around us.
The ‘parental rights’ movement isn’t actually about education or protecting children — it is a conduit for right-wing extremism that will only harm 2SLGBTQIA+ youth.
For vulnerable and marginalized groups, access to early learning and child care remains uncertain. Inclusive access must become a top priority to achieve affordable care for all families.