We are delighted to announce the international launch of our latest book 'Happiness & Domestic Life', next Thursday 1st December in Rome. Professor and philosopher María Teresa Russo, chief editor of the publication, leads the event at the Università Roma Tre, Via del Castro Pretorio 20 in room P2.
Two weeks ago, we enjoyed an excellent session on happy societies and happy homes with philosopher and professor, Maria Teresa Russo. As the editor of our latest book ‘Happiness and Domestic Life‘ she reviewed the different disciplines that meet in this book, which is a group work of 14 academics from universities around the world.
This coming Thursday 6 October we will have the honour of presenting our latest book Happiness and Domestic Life in Argentina. The association MIF, Mujeres Independientes y Federales have invited the professor and philosopher Maria Teresa Russo and the head of Communication of HRF to a round table discussion on the relationship between homes and society and its direct effect in terms of happiness.
On 22 and 23 September, we convened a group of experts at the Catholic University of America to discuss home and displaced people. It is a reality that affects millions of people who suffer uprooting when they are forced to leave their countries and start a new life elsewhere. On the table are real stories of migrants and refugees from around the world. Here a summary.
Forgive me for personalising this post so much, but I find myself in a life situation that truly reflects the focus of our forthcoming book ‘Happiness and Domestic Life‘ already on sale, and one that speaks to the focus of our next Experts Meeting ‘The Home and Displaced People‘ that we will be holding in Washington in September at the Catholic University of America.
We are delighted to announce that we have a new book "Happiness and Domestic Life". In a month this will be on pre-sale and at the end of August, the prestigious publisher Routledge will start shipping. We are already working on the launches, in the meantime, you can see here its table of contents.
Last week we participated in a meeting with the Spanish association The Family Watch, they invited HRF to talk about the impact of technology in the home. And although there are no magic recipes, you can read our latest post in which we summarised some ideas. It is a joy for us to be a source of inspiration for other associations working daily for homes and families in other countries around the world.