One Plus One blog - 2012
Equal marriage: the debate
By OnePlusOne, 18 December 2012 Civil partnerships, Legal, Marriage
Since being elected David Cameron has made much of his desire to allow equal marriages for same-sex couples. These plans have proved to be very divis...
Shared Parenting – What Next?
By OnePlusOne, 14 December 2012 Children, Legal
The Shared Parenting debate is both a complex and emotionally charged one and looks set to continue into 2013.
In the last few months OnePlusOne, a...
Research and policy digest – December 2012
By OnePlusOne, 14 December 2012
OnePlusOne's monthly roundup of the key research and policy news to emerge from the field of relationships, including the latest journal articles of i...
Relationships and OnePlusOne – a year in review
By OnePlusOne, 13 December 2012 Strengthening relationships
Regular subscribers to our eBulletin will have noticed that we have been away for a while; during this time we have developed a new OnePlusOne websit...
Depression: Effects on couple relationships
By OnePlusOne, 22 November 2012 Behaviour change, Mental health, Strengthening relationships
Doctors and care workers across Europe are increasingly coming in contact with clients who are suffering from some form of depression. According to a ...
Government unveils parental leave reforms
By OnePlusOne, 19 November 2012 Fathers, Parenting, Work-life balance
Last week saw Nick Clegg unveil long overdue parental leave reforms; big news in terms of culture change around how we see male and female roles withi...
National Adoption Week
By OnePlusOne, 07 November 2012 Parenting
The number of toddlers and young children being adopted in the UK has risen to its highest level for 35 years, but figures show that the number of old...
Parental separation and psychological distress in adult children
By OnePlusOne, 06 November 2012 Children, Divorce, Mental health, Separation, Stress
The following is a guest blog by Dr Rebecca Lacey, ERC Research Associate at the Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, University College Lo...
What is early intervention?
By OnePlusOne, 05 November 2012 Early intervention
Early Intervention has long been a commonly used term in the family support sector. And now, with anger about the long overdue launch of the Early Int...
Representing diverse family types
By OnePlusOne, 05 November 2012 Civil partnerships, Ethnicity, Parenting
Nursery brand Mamas & Papas made the headlines last week thanks to its latest advertising campaign, How We Roll, which features imagery of differe...