CCEL Announces Online Launch of Family Caregiving Study Paper

The British Columbia Law Institute and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law are pleased to announce the online launch of their study paper, Care/Work: Law Reform to Support Family Caregivers to Balance Paid Work and Unpaid Caregiving.

The study paper, generously funded by the Law Foundation of British Columbia, considers whether the law recognizes the value of unpaid family caregiving labour and examines to what extent the law assists British Columbians who are managing the double role of worker / caregiver.

By Alison Taylor, ago