We are living in a society with global change, full information and new technology that affects the work-life balance in our society. We no longer can decide, who is the best student, employee, manager, prime minister, president - or parent - just by looking at gender.
Gender equality in work, education and family life is a new reality, but we have to understand it and learn how to live with it in our society. In education, most developed countries have progressed positively offering equal opportunities for boys and girls. In the workplace, we are seeing more and more female leaders in business and politics. That is positive.
However, in family life we are living in a shared parenting world with single parenting law for historical and cultural reason. This is no longer in the best interest of the child, families, organizations and our society.