On Thursday, March 14 at 6 pm at Nottingham Trent University, Home Renaissance Foundation will launch its latest book 'The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections' edited by Professor Emeritus Antonio Argandoña.
Home Renaissance Foundation in partnership with the Social Trends Institute hosts a gathering or world-leading academics on the field of AI and digital technologies to discuss the impact of these developments on the life and work of the home.
The family as the vital hub of society was the focus of an event organised by the Home Renaissance Foundation and The Family Watch at the European Parliament in Madrid on Thursday, November 8.
On Wednesday, October 10 at 7 pm at the IESE Business School in Barcelona, Home Renaissance Foundation will launch its latest book 'The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections'
The Home Renaissance Foundation held its 4th International and Interdisciplinary Conference on 16-17 November in London. The event aimed to discuss the vital role of the home in health and wellbeing, both for individuals and for society as a whole.
Home Renaissance Foundation and its UK-based partner, Mothers at Home Matter, launched the results of the British Report of the Global Home Index at the House of Commons.
The Homemakers project was launched within the Discussion Forum: Fatherhood/Motherhood and Work: challenges of the 21st Century held on May 14th in Barcelona and sponsored by the 2014 Catalunya-ONU alliance and IESE Business School
The HRF Research Coordinator Simca Simpson studies how the intergenerational living is in the UK. Lord Richard Best hosts the event at the House of Lords.
A distinguished panel of speakers at the Sustainable living: Professional Approaches to Housework conference discussed the negative image of housework and how it can be given a 21st-century makeover to rid it of the negative connotations in modern culture of “drudgery”, “repetition” or of “women chained to a kitchen sink”.