The active involvement of the father in the arrival of the baby is noticeable in the programming of the De nine months fair, Wouter Koolmees, Minister of Social Affairs and Employment, will talk with (future) fathers on this subject on Wednesday 21 February. In addition, parents can assess the financial consequences of their work-care distribution with the WerkZorgBerekenaar and learn everything about saving and investing for their child. This means that the exhibition is not only about baby care, but also about informative workshops. The Nine Months Fair will be held from 21 to 25 February in RAI Amsterdam.
Fathers in conversation with the Minister
During a special edition of the 'Papaklas College', an initiative of Sander de Heer from Q-Music, Wouter Koolmees, Minister of Social Affairs and Employment, will join. For the first time he will talk with (future) fathers about paternity, leave and distribution of care tasks at home. Moreover, he shares his plans in this area for the coming period.
Wednesday, February 21, 11.30
Bigger expert program than ever
Striking this year are the large amount of informative sessions. This allows visitors to follow various workshops that show how the arrival of a child is reflected in the wallet. With the WerkZorgBerekenaar of WomenInc./Nibud (future) parents know what another work-care distribution means for their financial situation. The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science zooms in on the rights and obligations of the parent at work. Robeco also aims to save and invest for the child in the future.
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