Single Parent Families in Italy

Married or single? No, I’m Gengle!


In Italy, a social network has been launched for lonely people who are separated or have lost their spouse. Gengle takes its name from the Italian for single parents: 'genitori single'. It's the inspired ...

Family life is cheaper


The cost of living for 7.1 million Italians living alone is 66% higher than what it would be for a single member of a 'classic' family. The average monthly expenditure for food and beverage purchase, for ...

Welfare for one-parent families


Call for the location of houses, reserved for separated people who had to leave the marital home. An important new initiative of the Lombardy Region and the Aler of Milan, especially considering that it ...