09 Jan
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A Guide to Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood Programs for Hispanic Couples and Families

The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families has released an extensive guide for federally and non-federally funded Healthy Marriage and Relationship Education and Responsible Fatherhood programs serving Hispanic couples and fathers. This guide summarizes the various aspects of these programs and facilitates their comparison. Among other findings, the guide reports that many fatherhood […]

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09 Jan
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Girls not Brides Theory of Change

Every year 15 million girls are married before the age of 18. How do we get from here to a world without child marriage, where girls and women enjoy equality with boys and men, and are empowered to reach their full potential?   Girls not Brides Theory of Change maps out the multiple strategies and […]

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09 Jan
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World Family Map 2014

The World Family Map is a comprehensive report that identifies and tracks family factors affecting child and family well-being, across 60 countries. The study reveals that in all regions of the world the family itself is undergoing major changes, with declining fertility rates, declining marriage and increasing cohabitation rates, and increasing proportions of children living […]

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09 Jan
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Family Structure and Family Formation among Low-Income Hispanics in the U.S

This research brief, from the National Research Center on Hispanic Children and Families, provides a national portrait of low-income Hispanic families in the U.S. Having a better understanding of these families will help programs and policymakers in their efforts to assist these families. We use recent nationally-representative data to describe the relationship and childbearing histories […]

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09 Jan
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Understanding Hispanic Diversity: A “One Size Approach” to Service Delivery May Not Fit All

This brief, published by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) is part of the Hispanic Healthy Marriage Initiative (HHMI) Grantee Implementation Evaluation. The brief, produced by the Lewin Group, describes the populations served by the nine sites in the study and the implications of Hispanic diversity for program design, delivery, and evaluation.    Administration […]

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09 Jan
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Marriage and Divorce Statistics by Culture

The resources on this page were compiled by the NHMRC to serve as a reference for practitioners, marriage and family researchers, advocates, and other professionals interested in learning more about marriage and its relation to a particular culture / ethnicity. These resources are intended to provide an introduction to the cultural population and highlight information on […]

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09 Jan
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Addressing Domestic Violence in Hispanic Healthy Relationship Programs

This brief, produced by the Lewin Group and published by the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) describes the ways in which nine selected grantees educated participants and staff about domestic violence, established and executed partnerships with domestic violence expert organizations, and screened participants for domestic violence. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for […]

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09 Jan
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African Americans and Black Community

The following resources were compiled by the NHMRC to serve as a reference for practitioners, marriage and family researchers, advocates, and other professionals interested in learning more about marriage and  African Americans. These resources are intended to provide an introduction to the cultural population and highlight information on marriage in that cultural population. These are […]

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09 Jan
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Reseach & Culture: Asian and Pacific Islanders

The following resources were compiled by the NHMRC to serve as a reference for practitioners, marriage and family researchers, advocates, and other professionals interested in learning more about marriage and  Asian and Pacific Islanders.These resources are intended to provide an introduction to the cultural population and highlight information on marriage in that cultural population. These […]

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