The FamiliesAndSocieties project involves 25 research partners from 15 European countries and 3 transnational civil society actor partners who together carry out the work structured in 12 work packages.

Management and dissemination serve all work packages, providing a frame for the research activities. The project studies important aspects of the family life course, focusing on new family configurations, life goals and transitions, on the new roles of women and men, and on late fertility, childlessness and assisted reproductive technologies.

More information on the project website