Demographic Policy

Demographic policy promotes measures to deal with the demographic problem. Greek families are now having fewer children and as a long run result the Greek population is shrinking and aging.
The demographic problem is addressed by policies to enhance fertility, support the family and increase female employment. In order to achieve an increase in births, the provision of motives is essential, so the creation of both a more favorable framework which would provide motives for having more children and also a family-supportive work and social environment must be created.
At the same time, benefit policies must be combined with measures for the essential equality of the two sexes and the harmonization of family and professional life, with the aim of improving the daily life of all family members.

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