In fact, 31.4 per cent of mothers in working families across Europe are breadwinners, and therefore earn more than 50 per cent of their family’s earnings. But how do Great Britain and Germany compare in numbers? What backgrounds do the national family and public policies have and what kinds of policy recommendations are reasonable to provide fair and gender-balanced conditions?
These questions among others were discussed by the panel and audience. After the presentation of the report the panellists from Germany and Great Britain discussed their respective cases.