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Tina Pepe 30 Apr 18
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Brilliant!
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Arran James Stewart 30 Apr 18
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👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Priya Nundoo 30 Apr 18
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Formidable.
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World Parents 30 Apr 18
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Read also the latest survey on 2.000 fathers in Denmark on paternity leave with 50% having more than one month and 50% less than one month of leave.
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Deb Charis👸🏾 30 Apr 18
Replying to @wef @PaulKagame and 3 others
Your excellence such policies should be implemented in African countries in order to strengthen gender equality in our development countries!
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Bruges Manioracci 1 May 18
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I'm a stay-at-home dad because in US an H4 can't work. But I'm use to it since I left my job to take care of my first son. When we moved to Germany and we had our daughter my wife was entitled to 180 days while in US she had to take 1m vacation and all sick leaves.
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Hakan ÖZKAN 30 Apr 18
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Mother love and compassion are unique.
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on hiatus 30 Apr 18
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this is so nice, and sweet at the same time!
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cecilia BLM 30 Apr 18
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children NEED their dads (and/or grandfathers, uncles, etc)
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