Direct Democracy proposal for Health

Delegation to be sent to Denmark and Sweden so as to research how to reduce the unwaged UK teenage pregnancy rate

For years, Denmark and Sweden have had Europe's lowest rate of births from unemployed single teenagers. In our opinion, one of the reasons for this is because of how the benefit system supports births within employment and marriage, whilst disallowing other benefits to single teenagers who give birth outside of employment or marriage.

For example, a working couple's benefit entitlements can includes 1 year of paid maternity leave for the mother and 6 months paid maternity leave for fathers. At the same time, giving birth outside of employment does not give any automatic housing entitlements to the mother, as it does in the UK.

For years, England has had the highest rate of unwaged teenage pregnancies in Europe and so the People's Administration proposes to send a delegation to Denmark and Sweden so as to assess the viability of implementing similar policies in the UK.

Should the People's Administration install direct democracy, we propose to consider implementing the findings of any reports authored by the delegation.

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